The code above is a Laravel Eloquent code used to get a random user or multiple random users in a repository class. The use-case examples could be a website that wants to show a random user on the homepage or a lottery that wants to show multiple random users as the winners.
Laravel Eloquent is a powerful ORM (object-relational mapper) that makes working with database tables and queries very easy. In the example above, the inRandomOrder() method is used to order the results of the query randomly. The get() method is then used to execute the query and return the results. The limit() method is used to limit the number of results returned.
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