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Old 14th March 2017, 06:13 AM
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Programming Challenge - list prime numbers

Haven't seen one of these programming challenges in a while, so I thought I'd throw one out. Nothing esoteric, just list the prime numbers up to a(n) (arbitrary) point.

Here is one way to do it in python:

p = [2,3]
x = 5
counter = 1
while counter < 10000:
    for i in p:
        y = x%i
    if 0 not in k:
    k = []
    x += 2
    counter += 1
Mind the gap.
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