`function`

`stable`

Creates an Observable that emits a sequence of numbers within a specified range.

`range(start: number = 0, count?: number, scheduler?: SchedulerLike): Observable<number>`

start | Optional. Default is The value of the first integer in the sequence. |

count | Optional. Default is The number of sequential integers to generate. |

scheduler | Optional. Default is A |

`Observable<number>`

: An Observable of numbers that emits a finite range of sequential integers.

Emits a sequence of numbers in a range.

`range`

operator emits a range of sequential integers, in order, where you select the `start`

of the range and its `length`

. By default, uses no `SchedulerLike`

and just delivers the notifications synchronously, but may use an optional `SchedulerLike`

to regulate those deliveries.

Emits the numbers 1 to 10

import { range } from 'rxjs'; const numbers = range(1, 10); numbers.subscribe(x => console.log(x));

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https://rxjs.dev/api/index/function/range