#### Explanation

Rather than calling out to python to create a pseudorandom number, we can use the builtin functions of `bash`

to do this more quickly and with less code.

`$RANDOM`

is the builtin random number function in `bash`

. It yields an integer up to 5 digits in length, so this method elects to sample just the first digit from each of the six calls made to `$RANDOM`

. `let`

lends its arithmetic capabilities to construct the 6-digit result piecewise, so that:

`๐ต = ๐โ + 10๐โ + 100๐โ + 1000๐โ + 10000๐โ
+ 100000๐โ`

where `๐แตข`

are the 6 initial digits taken from the 6 calls to `$RANDOM`

.