How to select a random value from an array

How to select a random value from an array

To select a random value from an array (in the example below, an array of strings) we first generate a random number between 0 and the length of the array (which is also the last value in the array).

// Initialize the string array
string[] strStrings = { "Random string""Another random value from the array""Randomly selected index" };
// Choose a random slogan
Random RandString = new Random();
// Display the random slogan
txtRandom.Text = strStrings[RandString.Next(0, strStrings.Length)];
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