# Integer array creator

## World's simplest integer tool

This online utility creates a linear or random array of integers that can be directly used in various programming languages. You can quickly switch between array syntax of over a dozen different programming languages or create a custom array format in the options. You can specify start and step values for linear arrays or range start and range end values for random arrays. Additionally, you set the desired length of the output array and can create an array of string integers. Created by math nerds from team Browserling.

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Integer array creator tool
What is a integer array creator?

With this browser-based application, you can generate an array of integers for any programming language. An array is a data structure that consists of a sequence of elements (in our case it's a sequence of integers) that are identified by an array index. Different programming languages use different syntax for creating arrays. For example, JavaScript, PHP, Swift, and Ruby use square brackets to create arrays and the elements are comma-separated, such as [1, 55, -23]. Matlab also uses square brackets, but separates the elements with spaces, for example, [1 55 -23]. Rust creates comma-separated arrays with square brackets, prefixed with a type signature [T; size], for example, [i8; 5] = [0, 3, 7, -9, 4] or [i16; 3] = [255, -146, 2]. Languages C, C#, C++, Go, Java, Visual Basic, and Mathematica put the array elements in curly brackets, for example, {1, 55, -23}. Python uses either round brackets or square brackets, depending on if you're creating tuples or lists. The Perl language, similar to Python tuples, encloses array elements in curly brackets, for example, (1, 55, -23). R uses a special syntax "c(...)" where "c" stands for a column. This language internally represents arrays as column vectors and an example of an R array is c(1, 55, -23). All in all, you can choose between eighteen programming languages and two different array types in the options. If you need a different array format for a language that's not listed, then you can create your own array syntax via the custom mode option. With this mode selected, you can specify the symbols that go before and after an array on the left and right, as well as the symbol that goes between integers. The two array types are – a linear array that lets you specify the start value, step value, and the number of integers and an array of random integers that have the range start value, range end value, and also the number of output integers. For all array types, you can also quickly quote integers to get an array of integers that are strings. Integerabulous!

Integer array creator examples
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Linear Array for Java

In this example, we create a linear 12-element array for the Java programming language. Arrays in Java use the curly bracket format with comma-separated elements. We start the linear array at 0 and increment the subsequent elements by 2 until the array is filled with 12 integers.

{0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22}

**Required options**

Start value.

Step value.

Length of the linear array.

Wrap integers in quotes
to get an array of strings.

Random Python List

This example creates a Python list with random integers in string representation. There are twenty random integers in this list from the range [-100, 100] and they're all put in quotation marks so that the elements have the string type. Just a quick reminder – Python lists, compared to tuples, which use round parentheses, can be modified but tuples are immutable and can't be modified.

["20", "-92", "-79", "-39", "-14", "83", "6", "-43", "-52", "41", "11", "-42", "34", "-74", "-78", "5", "38", "65", "14", "16"]

**Required options**

Range start.

Range end.

Length of the random array.

Wrap integers in quotes
to get an array of strings.

Custom Decreasing Array

In this example, we decided to create an array for our own imaginary programming language that has a unique syntax. In our language, arrays are declared via angle brackets and elements are separated using colons. We generate an array of twenty-three decreasing integers that start from the value 99 and end at -99.

<99:90:81:72:63:54:45:36:27:18:9:0:-9:-18:-27:-36:-45:-54:-63:-72:-81:-90:-99>

**Required options**

Start value.

Step value.

Length of the linear array.

Left array symbol.

Right array symbol.

Array element separator char.
(Goes between all integers.)

Wrap integers in quotes
to get an array of strings.

Pro tips
Master online integer tools

You can pass options to this tool using their codes as query arguments and it will automatically compute output. To get the code of an option, just hover over its icon. Here's how to type it in your browser's address bar. Click to try!

https://onlineintegertools.com/create-integer-array?&linear-array=true&linear-start=0&linear-step=2&linear-count=12&program-language=java&string-array=false

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Quickly find all integers in the given text or string.

Quickly make integer digits go in a triangle wave.

Quickly unleash the destructive force of Zalgo on integers.

Quickly find two or more integers that add up to the given integer.

Quickly find several integers that multiply up to the given integer.

Quickly randomize the given sequence of integers.

Quickly mix the order of digits in an integer.

Quickly put integers in increasing or decreasing order.

Quickly sort the individual digits of an integer.

Quickly increase all integers by a certain amount.

Quickly increase individual digits by a certain amount.

Quickly decrease all integers by a certain amount.

Quickly decrease individual digits by a certain amount.

Quickly randomly select an integer from a list of integers.

Quickly create groups from the digits of an integer.

Quickly write integer digits backwards.

Quickly remove one or more digits from an integer.

Quickly replace one or more digits in an integer.

Quickly drop digits from an integer and make it shorter.

Quickly add the thousands separator to integers.

Quickly remove the thousands separator from integers.

Quickly find the largest integer in a list of integers.

Quickly find the smallest integer in a list of integers.

Quickly find the total sum of a bunch of integers.

Quickly find the sum of all the digits in an integer.

Quickly find the total product of a bunch of integers.

Quickly find the product of all the digits in an integer.

Quickly calculate the partial sum of a bunch of integers.

Quickly calculate the partial product of a bunch of integers.

Quickly flip the sign of one or more integers.

Quickly split an integer into chunks of a given length.

Quickly merge partial integers together to form a larger integer.

Quickly round integers up or down to the required precision.

Quickly convert integers to a downloadable picture.

Quickly generate a list of von Neumann ordinals.

Quickly generate a list of Zermelo ordinals.

Quickly generate an ordered sequence of integers.

Quickly generate an ordered list of even integers.

Quickly generate an ordered list of odd integers.

Quickly write an integer spelling in words.

Quickly convert spelled integers to regular integers with digits.

Quickly generate an array of integers for programming.

Quickly find the number of occurrences of digits in integers.

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Create a drawing that visualizes von Neumann hierarchy of sets.

Create Integer n-Tuples

Generate a list of tuples of integers with n elements.

Convert Integers to Unary Base

Quickly convert integers to base one.

Convert Unary Base to Integers

Quickly convert base one to integers.

Convert Integers to Binary Base

Quickly convert integers to base two.

Convert Binary Base to Integers

Quickly convert base two to integers.

Convert Integers to Octal Base

Quickly convert integers to base eight.

Convert Octal Base to Integers

Quickly convert base eight to integers.

Convert Integers to Hex Base

Quickly convert integers to base sixteen.

Convert Hex Base to Integers

Quickly convert base sixteen to integers.

Convert Integers to Base64

Quickly encode integers to base-64.

Convert Base64 to Integers

Quickly decode base-64 to integers.

Change Integer Base

Quickly convert integers to a custom base.

Convert Integers to HTML Entities

Quickly encode integers to HTML encoding.

Convert HTML Entities to Integers

Quickly decode HTML entities to integers.

Convert Integers to URL Encoding

Quickly encode integers to URL (percent) encoding.

Convert URL Encoding to Integers

Quickly decode URL-encoded integers.

Create Random Integers

Generate a list of random integers.

Check if an Integer is Symmetric

Check if the given integers are palindromes.

Generate an Integer Matrix

Create a matrix whose entries are all integers.

Generate an Integer Vector

Create a vector with integer coefficients.

Find the Average

Quickly calculate the average value of integers.

Find the Digit Average

Quickly calculate the average value of integer digits.

Clamp Integers

Limit integer values to a range.

Clamp Integer Digits

Limit integer digit values to a range.

Duplicate Integers

Create multiple copies of the input integers.

Rotate Integers

Rotate the digits of an integer to the left or right.

Shift Integer Digits

Move the digits of an integer to the left or right.

Subtract Integers

Quickly find the difference of a bunch of integers.

AND Integers

Quickly apply the bitwise AND operation to integers.

OR Integers

Quickly apply the bitwise OR operation to integers.

XOR Integers

Quickly apply the bitwise XOR operation to integers.

NOT Integers

Quickly apply the bitwise NOT operation to integers.

NAND Integers

Quickly apply the bitwise NAND operation to integers.

NOR Integers

Quickly apply the bitwise NOR operation to integers.

XNOR Integers

Quickly apply the bitwise NXOR operation to integers.

Convert an Integer to Ordinal

Add -st, -nd, -rd, -th suffixes to integers to make them ordinals.

Convert an Oridinal to Integer

Remove -st, -nd, -rd, -th suffixes from ordinals to make them ints.

Filter Integers

Find integers that match a filter (greater, less, equal).

Left-pad Integers

Add padding to integers on the left side.

Right-pad Integers

Add padding to integers on the right side.

Right-align Integers

Position all integers so that they align on the right.

Center Integers

Position all integers so that they align in the middle.

Take Absolute Value of Integers

Turn all integers into positive integers.

Make All Integers Negative

Turn all integers into negative integers.

Convert Integers to Fractions

Rewrite an integer in fractional form.

Convert Fractions to Integers

Extract the numerator and denominator from a fraction.

Find and Replace Integers

Search for all occurrences of an integer and replace it.

Generate Integers from a Regex

Create integers that match the given regular expression.

Generate Small Integers

Create relatively tiny integers.

Generate Big Integers

Create relatively huge integers.

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