In Problem Set 1, the statement "Generate all (odd) integers > 1 as candidates to be prime" is confusing. I understand how to generate an odd number, but all the examples described in the readings and lectures have boundary conditions (or a stopping point). I know 1000 th prime is my goal, so does my range stop at 7919? Or is there an actual way to generate every odd integer > 1?

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