A regular number is a positive integer all of whose prime factors are in the set {2, 3, 5}. (1

is assumed to be regular.) Write a function regular that consumes a positive integer n and

prints out all regular numbers up to (and possibly including) n, one to a line, in increasing

order.

To submit: regular.c, regular-driver.c.

My regular.c contains

my regular-driver.c containsCode:#include <math.h> #include <stdio.h> int regular(int n) { int m = n; while (n%5) { m = m/5; } while (m%3) { m = m/3; } while (m%2) { m = m/2; } if (m == 1) { printf("%d ", n); return regular(n-1); } }

I don't have an error but once I run regular. Nothing happens no output.Code:#include <stdio.h> #include "regular.h" int main() { regular(60); return 0; }

I believe it is because it never reaches the if statement.

I know that 60 is a regular number because 5*3*2*2 = 60

So it should atleast printf that 60 is regular.

Any help is appreciated.