In many cases I need to not just generate a list of random integers (which is easy), but to type random integers into various software.

For example, to skip a random number of lines (1 to 100) in Vim, I need to type that number into Vim, then type "j".

Ideally a key combination on the keyboard would do something like that.

  • I press it. It types 34.

  • I press it. It types 56.

  • I press it. It types 3.

  • ...


Here is an AutoHotkey script that assigns the key combination WindowsKey+F1 to do what is required:

Random, rand, 1, 100
Send %rand%

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