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Lei He1,629 Points
Hi Arash, according to the Numpy docs:
RandomState exposes a number of methods for generating random numbers drawn from a variety of probability distributions
What we're using here
randint is a method of
RandomState and it takes these as arguments
randint(low[, high, size, dtype]) and returns random integers from low (inclusive) to high (exclusive).
Hope that's helpful.