Selecting a subset of total stimuli from excel without stimuli appearing multiple times

Dear all,
In my experiment I have an excel file containing 64 stimuli. For each participant I would like them to randomly see 10 out of the 64.
I have achieved this by reading other discourse conversations and using this on the Selected Rows column of my trials loop.

However, I have noticed sometimes some of the cues out of the 10 are the same as each other(not always).
Any advice on how to make sure the 10 randomly selected are different?
(Please note the 10 in nReps is because I would like my participant to then see those 10 stimulus repeatedly 10 times).

Sorry if this is obvious!

Best wishes,

Hi Jess,

The way you are selecting rows might well be random with replacement.

Personally I would select all rows (selected rows blank) and then end the loop after 10 iterations.

The. Add an outer loop with nReps 10.

if trials.thisN == 9:
     trials.finished = true

Thanks for your quick response!
When I have added the code you suggested to the “Begin Routine” portion, I do get 10 random stimuli appearing. But then the whole task ends, the second loop (trials_2) I have added with nReps 10 does not seem to work. How do I get it so I have only 10 random stimuli, but then they are shown 10 times?
Thanks in advance. Should it not go in Begin Routine?

Firstly, I can’t see your picture information, and secondly, you can achieve this function by defining the list。
List = [0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8]
This represents the stimulus of the first ten lines

Does it work locally? trials_2 with nReps = 10 should repeat the trials loop 10 times.