#
RandomModInteger

Use Random.nextInt(int). Random.nextInt() % n can have negative results

## The problem

`Random.nextInt() % n`

has

- a 1/n chance of being 0
- a 1/2n chance of being each number from
`1`

to `n-1`

inclusive
- a 1/2n chance of being each number from
`-1`

to `-(n-1)`

inclusive

Many users expect a uniformly distributed random integer between `0`

and `n-1`

inclusive, but you must use random.nextInt(n) to get that behavior. If the
original behavior is truly desired, use ```
(random.nextBoolean() ? 1 : -1) *
random.nextInt(n)
```

.

## Suppression

Suppress false positives by adding the suppression annotation `@SuppressWarnings("RandomModInteger")`

to the enclosing element.