see the topic
nothing too advanced... im only up to looping. if statements and variables
This is a discussion on determining if a # is prime within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; see the topic nothing too advanced... im only up to looping. if statements and variables...
see the topic
nothing too advanced... im only up to looping. if statements and variables
There was a good thread on this topic last week. please search the board
isn't a prime an even number? so then it's divisible by 2...
if(number%2==0){//If the number is divisible by 2 it will have a remainder of 0 and thus we call it prime, if it has a remainder then we call it (I forget the term)
}
else //everthing else, not prime numbers
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No.Originally posted by OneStiffRod
isn't a prime an even number? so then it's divisible by 2...
if(number%2==0){//If the number is divisible by 2 it will have a remainder of 0 and thus we call it prime, if it has a remainder then we call it (I forget the term)
}
else //everthing else, not prime numbers
Prime numbers are numbers that are only be divisible by 1 and themself.Originally posted by OneStiffRod
isn't a prime an even number? so then it's divisible by 2...
if(number%2==0){//If the number is divisible by 2 it will have a remainder of 0 and thus we call it prime, if it has a remainder then we call it (I forget the term)
}
else //everthing else, not prime numbers
Anyway, that thread is right here
http://www.cprogramming.com/cboard/s...ighlight=prime
Last edited by _Will333_; 02-25-2002 at 08:26 PM.
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