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4. PIZDZONA L I · 50 · “Rast i razvitak biljaka”. In: Branka Pevalek-Kozlina (ed) Fiziologija bilja.
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pdf Fiziologija Bilja Pevalek Kozlina.. bibliografska grafika: K. Miličič, Branka Pevalek-Kozlina,.Prądnik Wielki

Prądnik Wielki (; ) is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Pacanów, within Busko County, Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship, in south-central Poland. It lies approximately south-east of Pacanów, east of Busko-Zdrój, and south of the regional capital Kielce.

The village has a population of 90.


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Shortening a python script

I’m writing some python script that uses the “random module” to generate some sequence of random numbers, and then saves them in a.csv file. My concern is that in order to run the script, one must basically copy-paste it onto the command line of a Python script, as all the variables must be set. However, the variables in this script are used frequently, and therefore it makes a lot of sense for me to copy-paste it into the script.
I’m wondering if there’s any way to shorten the time that it takes for the script to run. I do wonder if there’s a way for me to let the interpreter know that I won’t be using the random module, so it would work just as if the variables weren’t set. I’m somewhat of a beginner at Python, so the answer may be obvious, but I’ve been stuck for hours.
# Generating random numbers within a certain range (1-100)
import random

# Generating random numbers within the range (1-100)
for i in range(1, 101):
n = random.randrange(1, 100)
print n

# A.csv File
import csv