`random()`

Either generates a random number or pulls a random value from an array.

This function is valid in v2.0.0 to v2.14.0. This function has been downloaded 45 times.
{*Array|number*}
**arrOrMinOrMax**

If an array, a random item from it will be returned. If this is a number and

`opt_max`

is either not given or boolean this will be seen as the maximum value. Otherwise this will be seen as the minimum value that can be returned.
{*number|boolean=*}
**opt_max**
*Optional*

If this is a number it will be interpreted as the maximum value. The maximum value will never be returned because a random number between the minimum value (inclusive) and the maximum value (exclusive) is always returned. If this is a boolean it will be used as

`opt_truncate`

and the maximum will come from `arrOrMinOrMax`

thus setting `0`

to `arrOrMinOrMax`

.
{*boolean=*}
**opt_truncate**
*Optional, Default:*

`false`

If

`true`

-ish and `arrOrMinOrMax`

wasn't an array the returned value will be truncated.{***}

If

`arrOrMinOrMax`

is an array a random value from the array will be returned, otherwise a random number in the given range will be returned.