# Create a Manipulate with the following slider?

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 Hi Below are two examples of using manipulate. Manipulate[Range[n], {n, 1, 5, 1}] Will give a slider with a set ie. {1} ... {1,2}...{1,2,3}....etcHowever Manipulate[Range[n], {n, 1, 5, 0.1}] Does not give {1} ... {1,1.1}... {1,1.1,1.2}...{1,1.1,1.2,1.3}Why? Attachments:
6 months ago
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 Valeriu Ungureanu 1 Vote You must look at the description of Range[] function:  Range[Subscript[i, max]] generates the list {1,2,\[Ellipsis],Subscript[i, max]}. Range[Subscript[i, min],Subscript[i, max]] generates the list {Subscript[i, min],\[Ellipsis],Subscript[i, max]}. Range[Subscript[i, min],Subscript[i, max],di] uses step di. So, your code must be modified, e.g., in such a manner: Manipulate[Range[1, n, 0.1], {n, 1, 5, 0.1}] 
6 months ago
 Greetings Valeriu, Thanks for providing the explanation. I have made a notebook example with your explanation for future reference. i do appreciate the help. Kind Regards, Raj
 I have a follow up question. I have tried: Range[Subscript[i, min],Subscript[i, max]] Range[Subscript[1, 10], Subscript[1, 20]] I get Range::range: Range specification in Range[Subscript[1, 10],Subscript[1, 20]] does not have appropriate bounds. Followed by Range [1Sub10, 1Sub20]
 Valeriu Ungureanu 1 Vote Let us look in the documentation once again:The meaning of each item may be understood better knowing that $i_{min}$ means the minimal possible value in the range, and $i_{max}$ means the maximal possible value. So, I can exemplify that items in three simple examples: In[1]:= Range[14] Out[1]= {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14} In[2]:= Range[7, 14] Out[2]= {7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14} In[3]:= Range[7, 14, 2] Out[3]= {7, 9, 11, 13} Good luck for you!