range

To return an array of consecutive numbers
With this function, you can define a numeric value range with a from-to specification. Where from might be set automatically to 0 if there is only one parameter.
The from value is included and the to value is excluded.

Syntax

range(number)
range(number, number)
range(number, number, number)

[number]

Examples

`range(to)` To return an array of consecutive numbers starting with 0 up or down to `to`, where `to` is excluded.
concat(range(7))
Result: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
`range(from, to)` To return an array of consecutive numbers from a range between `from` and `to`, where `from` is included and `to` is excluded. If `from` is higher than `to` the numbers will appear in reverse order.
range(2,7)
Result: [2, 3, 4, 5, 6]
`range(from, to, step)` To return an array of consecutive numbers from a range between `from` and `to` by a given step, where `from` is included and `to` is excluded. If `from` is higher than `to` the numbers will appear in reverse order.
range(2, 9, 2)
Result: [2, 4, 6, 8]

`concat`, which returns all items of an array in one string.