anonymous
  • anonymous
ok for problem set 1the second one i typed this out testingNumber = 2 divisors = 2 numberOfPrimes = 0 answer = 0 print testingNumber print divisors print numberOfPrimes print answer while numberOfPrimes <= 1000: while divisors < testingNumber or answer != 0: answer = testingNumber%divisors print answer if answer == 0: divisors += 1 else: divisors = 2 if divisors == testingNumber - 1 and answer == 0: numberOfPrimes + 1 i dont see any problem but could some one tell me whats wrong im probably doing something way wrong
MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
just realized i idiotically did that backwards sorry ignore ill figure it out
carlsmith
  • carlsmith
http://www.nixty.com/lessons/lessonStudentLessonItem?course_id=2079&lesson_id=5483 There's some code examples and a walk through here if you're still stuck.
anonymous
  • anonymous
use dpaste.com to post code - it's easier for us to look at and talk about

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