Decimal

This generator creates a number.

How to use the “Decimal” generator:

  • Random values
    • Randomly generate values between minimum and maximum limits.
    • Decimals. The decimal precision of the value. Example: 0.01 will generate values like: 0.23, 2.56, 0.07, etc.
    • Include random blanks. Allowing random blanks will mean that you generate empty strings among the values for use in the field or data type.
  • Sequential list
    • Generate a sequence of 0, 0.5, 1, 1.5, 2, etc.
    • Decimals. The decimal precision of the value. Example: 0.01 will generate values like: 0.23, 2.56, 0.07, etc.
    • Increment by. The step to use between each generation. You can use a negative value.
    • Start new line. Always start with the minimum limit or the maximum limit if you’re using a negative increment.
    • Continue from previous list. If you run the De-Identication and it ends with 13, next time, it will start with 14.
Example #1:
  • Sequential list
  • Between: 10 and 1000
  • Decimals: 0.1
  • Increment by: 0.5
  • Start new list

 

Generated Value
10.0
10.5
11.0
11.5
12.0

Example #2:

  • Random values
  • Between: 10 and 1000
  • Decimals: 0.01
  • Include random blanks: unchecked
Generated Value
353.45
942.01
359.33
626.00
967.96