This browser-based utility generates triples of integers and prints them as three-dimensional xyz coordinates in the output. You can specify three individual ranges for each coordinate and also indicate how many triples to output. The output format of triples can be customized as well by adjusting the brackets around triples and changing the separators between each coordinate. Created by math nerds from team Browserling.

This browser-based utility generates triples of integers and prints them as three-dimensional xyz coordinates in the output. You can specify three individual ranges for each coordinate and also indicate how many triples to output. The output format of triples can be customized as well by adjusting the brackets around triples and changing the separators between each coordinate. Created by math nerds from team Browserling.

With this online application, you can generate random triplets of integers. The combination of three integers represents a point in the three-dimensional Cartesian space and it's written in the form (x, y, z), where x is the abscissa of the point, y is the ordinate of the point, and z is the applicate of the point. As all coordinates are independent, you can control the range of each one of them independently. In the first options block, you are given six cells for range values. Every two cells correspond to the start and end values of a coordinate. The first coordinate is generated by randomly picking an integer from the range [start_x, end_x], the second coordinate is selected from range [start_y, end_y], and the third from the range [start_z, end_z]. Both start and end values are included in the range. In the second block of options, you can specify how many triplets of integers to generate and also configure the delimiter character between the points. The third block of options allows you to change the format of coordinates. By default points, are opened and closed through the "(" and ")" symbols but you can use any character to open and close the point. You can also change integer delimiters. By default, the comma symbols are used between "x, y" and "y, z" values but you can put any symbol between these values. 3D-abulous!

With this online application, you can generate random triplets of integers. The combination of three integers represents a point in the three-dimensional Cartesian space and it's written in the form (x, y, z), where x is the abscissa of the point, y is the ordinate of the point, and z is the applicate of the point. As all coordinates are independent, you can control the range of each one of them independently. In the first options block, you are given six cells for range values. Every two cells correspond to the start and end values of a coordinate. The first coordinate is generated by randomly picking an integer from the range [start_x, end_x], the second coordinate is selected from range [start_y, end_y], and the third from the range [start_z, end_z]. Both start and end values are included in the range. In the second block of options, you can specify how many triplets of integers to generate and also configure the delimiter character between the points. The third block of options allows you to change the format of coordinates. By default points, are opened and closed through the "(" and ")" symbols but you can use any character to open and close the point. You can also change integer delimiters. By default, the comma symbols are used between "x, y" and "y, z" values but you can put any symbol between these values. 3D-abulous!

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### Positive Integer Triplets

**Required options**

In this example, we generate eight triplets of natural numbers. Each coordinate uses a different range of numbers. The abscissa x contains all natural numbers less than 10. The ordinate y is generated from all positive two-digit integers from 10 to 99. The applicate z uses all three-digit values from 100 to 999. We also add round parentheses around triplets and separate coordinates by commas.

(2, 29, 404)
(7, 51, 478)
(3, 47, 671)
(3, 40, 361)
(3, 52, 125)
(8, 29, 691)
(5, 64, 141)
(1, 24, 925)

Start of x.

End of x.

Start of y.

End of y.

Start of z.

End of z.

Generate this number of triples.

Delimit triples with this symbol.

Left-side triplet character.

Right-side triplet character.

X-y separator.

Y-z separator.

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### Clock Times

**Required options**

This example demonstrates an unusual application of integer triplets. It generates random digital clock times. Clock times can be broken into three variables: hours, minutes, and seconds. Therefore, for the first coordinate (hours), we set the range of integers to be from 0 to 23, for the second coordinate (minutes), we set the range to be from 0 to 59, and for the third (seconds), the range is from 0 to 59. We separate the integers by the colon characters and remove the parentheses on the sides. We generate fifteen random clock times and print them one after another, separating them by a comma.

2:58:57, 6:43:43, 17:37:36, 15:44:13, 1:20:8, 10:49:11, 19:10:40, 2:39:56, 18:35:36, 16:18:5, 11:7:13, 3:47:33, 0:43:43, 4:28:51, 22:32:48

Start of x.

End of x.

Start of y.

End of y.

Start of z.

End of z.

Generate this number of triples.

Delimit triples with this symbol.

Left-side triplet character.

Right-side triplet character.

X-y separator.

Y-z separator.

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### Custom Triples

**Required options**

In this example, we modify every detail of the points and create a weird set of triples. We wrap the coordinates in square brackets "[]" and separate them by two glyphs "><". We use a negative range from -200 to -100 for the first parameter, a single digit for the second parameter, and the integer 0 for the third parameter (range 0 to 0 always returns 0). We also use different separators for the parameters. The semicolon is used between x and y and the dot is used between y and z coordinates.

[-179; 3.0]><[-198; 9.0]><[-102; 7.0]><[-123; 7.0]><[-125; 9.0]><[-147; 8.0]><[-137; 2.0]><[-152; 3.0]><[-130; 1.0]

Start of x.

End of x.

Start of y.

End of y.

Start of z.

End of z.

Generate this number of triples.

Delimit triples with this symbol.

Left-side triplet character.

Right-side triplet character.

X-y separator.

Y-z separator.

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://onlinetools.com/integer/generate-integer-triples?first-range-start=1&first-range-end=9&second-range-start=10&second-range-end=99&third-range-start=100&third-range-end=999&count=8&left-integer-separator=%252C%20&right-integer-separator=%252C%20&triples-separator=%255Cn&open-symbol=%2528&close-symbol=%2529

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