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Assignment #1 Computing Prime Numbers
Hi, I made a program from Assignment #1 Computing Primes Number, I don't know if there is any better program than this? Source code>http://pastebin.com/91Y5WEnL
The Source Code:

for candiPrimes in range(2,410): #Test Primes Numbers from 2 to 410
divisor = 1
NumOfReTimes = 0 #Count how many remainder 0 will show up
while (divisor<=candiPrimes): '''Analogy: Numbers start from 2 / N times if two remainder 0 will show up and the number is Prime'''
if candiPrimes % divisor == 0:
NumOfReTimes += 1
divisor += 1
if NumOfReTimes == 2: #test if two remainder 0 did show up
print ' ' + str(candiPrimes),

 2 years ago
Assignment #1 Computing Prime Numbers Hi, I made a program from Assignment #1 Computing Primes Number, I don't know if there is any better program than this? Source code>http://pastebin.com/91Y5WEnL The Source Code:  for candiPrimes in range(2,410): #Test Primes Numbers from 2 to 410 divisor = 1 NumOfReTimes = 0 #Count how many remainder 0 will show up while (divisor<=candiPrimes): '''Analogy: Numbers start from 2 / N times if two remainder 0 will show up and the number is Prime''' if candiPrimes % divisor == 0: NumOfReTimes += 1 divisor += 1 if NumOfReTimes == 2: #test if two remainder 0 did show up print ' ' + str(candiPrimes), 

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VirPriscus
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0I've run it, and it does what it's supposed to, namely, produce prime numbers less than 410.

paul99santos
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0My question is there any efficient or better source code than this?

VirPriscus
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0The only real improvement I can think of is that you don't need divisor to come all the way up to candiPrime. You only really need to go up to the sqrt of candiPrime.

paul99santos
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Please post your source code to http://pastebin.com and copy/paste you're URL here.
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