The document says:
   random   : % -> %
      ++ random(n) creates a random element from 0 to \spad{n-1}.

That is good if n is positive.  What if n is negative?

(2) -> random(-5)

   >> System error:
   Argument is neither a positive integer nor a positive float: -5

Also this definition can't cover the case when n is 0.

I suggest to change the documentation and implementation to
return a random element from 0 to n.

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