# Random Number in a Range in C#

This article will introduce a method to generate a random integer number in a range in C#.

## Use the `Next()`

Method to Generate a Random Integer Number in a Range in C

We will use the `Next()`

method to generate a random integer number in a range in C#. This method generates a random integer in a specified range. It has three overloads. To use this method, we will have to create an object of the `Random`

class. The correct syntax to use this method is as follows.

```
Random myObject = new Random();
myObject.Next(min, max);
```

The detail of its parameters is as follows.

Parameters | Description | |
---|---|---|

`min` |
It is the minimum value or the lower bound of the range. | |

`max` |
It is the maximum value or upper bound of the range. |

This method returns a random integer in the specified range.

The program below shows how we can use the `Next()`

method to generate a random integer within a range.

```
using System;
public class Program {
public static void Main() {
Random myObject = new Random();
int ranNum= myObject.Next(100, 150);
Console.WriteLine("The Random Number is: "+ranNum);
}
}
```

Output:

```
The Random Number is: 145
```

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