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Integer pairs generator

World's simplest integer tool

This online utility generates pairs of integers and prints them as two-dimensional xy coordinates in the output. You can independently specify the range of integers for the first and second coordinates and you can create as many integer pairs as you need. The output format of pairs can be customized as well by changing the separator character between the coordinates and the brackets around the pairs. Created by math nerds from team Browserling.
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Integer Pairs Range
Range for the 1st coordinate.
Range start.
Range end.
Range for the 2nd coordinate.
Range start.
Range end.
Count and Separator
Number of pairs to print.
Pair separator symbol.
Open and Close Symbols
Open-pair symbol (left side).
Close-pair symbol (right side).
Point separator symbol (middle).
Integer pairs generator tool What is a integer pairs generator?
With this browser-based app, you can create random pairs of Cartesian coordinates. Each pair of integers can be viewed as a point (x, y) in 2D space, where x is the abscissa and y is the ordinate of the point. For each coordinate, you can set the range of allowed integer values by entering the range start and end values in the options. The first coordinate will be randomly selected from the first integer range, and the second coordinate will be randomly selected from the second range. You can generate any number of pairs at once. The number of pairs in the output can be controlled via the count option. The standard coordinate point format uses the round brackets around and the comma between coordinates, but you can replace these symbols with curly brackets {x, y}, square brackets, [x, y], or no brackets at all x, y. The comma can be changed, too. You can set it to a semicolon (x; y), a colon (x: y), or any other character. You can also change the separator of output pairs and print them in a line by putting the space or comma symbols after each pair. Cartesianabulous!
Integer pairs generator examples Click to use
Integer Vectors
In this example, we generate ten random integer vectors using only digits zero to nine. We set the first range to be from 0 to 4, which means that the left coordinate has five possible integers: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4. We set the second range to be from 5 to 9, which means that the right coordinate also has five possible values: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. This way, both coordinates are in the first quadrant of the orthogonal coordinate system and the first coordinate is always less than the second one.
(2, 6) (1, 7) (0, 8) (1, 5) (1, 7) (3, 8) (1, 6) (2, 7) (3, 7) (3, 7)
Required options
These options will be used automatically if you select this example.
Range start.
Range end.
Range start.
Range end.
Number of pairs to print.
Pair separator symbol.
Open-pair symbol (left side).
Close-pair symbol (right side).
Point separator symbol (middle).
Coordinates of Different Signs
In this example, we change the parentheses of integer points to curly brackets and generate twenty points. We separate the points by the space character so that they are printed on a single line and separate the integers by the semicolon. We use negative integers from -100 to -1 for the abscissa and positive integers from 1 to 100 for the ordinate. The origin point {0; 0} never appears in the list as neither of the ranges includes 0.
{-34; 5} {-24; 21} {-85; 32} {-28; 43} {-6; 83} {-55; 42} {-46; 50} {-1; 64} {-32; 20} {-7; 31} {-44; 43} {-57; 55} {-80; 86} {-42; 9} {-19; 66} {-74; 84} {-21; 58} {-31; 6} {-91; 99} {-39; 85}
Required options
These options will be used automatically if you select this example.
Range start.
Range end.
Range start.
Range end.
Number of pairs to print.
Pair separator symbol.
Open-pair symbol (left side).
Close-pair symbol (right side).
Point separator symbol (middle).
Binary Chain
This example covers the unit square and uses the same range for both coordinates. The unit square is the region from 0 to 1 so both coordinates are from this region. The output format is configured to remove the separator character between coordinates and sets the separator symbol between pairs to a dash. The parentheses are replaced with angle brackets and this makes the output look like a long binary chain.
<10>-<01>-<00>-<01>-<10>-<01>-<01>-<10>-<00>-<11>-<01>-<00>-<10>-<00>-<10>
Required options
These options will be used automatically if you select this example.
Range start.
Range end.
Range start.
Range end.
Number of pairs to print.
Pair separator symbol.
Open-pair symbol (left side).
Close-pair symbol (right side).
Point separator symbol (middle).
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/generate-integer-pairs?&first-range-start=0&first-range-end=4&second-range-start=5&second-range-end=9&count=10&integer-separator=%2C%20&pair-separator=%5Cn&open-symbol=%28&close-symbol=%29
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