Take a random sample from a range of integer values between 1 and `n`

. Its purpose is similar to that of `sample`

, but that function fails when `n`

is very large.

`sampleInt(n, size, replace=FALSE)`

## Arguments

- n
Positive number (integer); the number of items to choose from

- size
Non-negative integer; the number of items to choose

- replace
Logical. Should sampling be with replacement?

## Value

vector of integer numbers

## Examples

```
sampleInt(1e+12, 10)
#> [1] 710622452433 312746818876 855137056206 471819306724 992102828576
#> [6] 77863946092 24708137615 575168506243 607663982083 4365209258
# this may fail:
# sample.int(1e+12, 10)
# sample.int(1e+9, 10)
```