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#!/usr/bin/perl # use warnings; use strict; use Term::ANSIColor; my ($primer, $entered); my $breakout = 0; print "\nPrime numbers between 2 and your entered number.\n\n"; while ($breakout != 1) { print "\nEnter a number: "; $entered = <STDIN>; chomp $entered; print "\n"; if ($entered <= 2) { print "Your number must be greater than 2, try again.\n"; } else { print color('red'); print "Prime numbers between 2 and $entered are: "; print color('reset'); for (my $x = 3; $x <= $entered; $x++) { my $y = 0; my $z = 0; while ($y <= $x) { $y++; if (($x % $y) == 0) { $z++; } } if ($z < 3) { print "$x "; } } print "\n\n"; $breakout = 1; } };

In reply to Re: Prime Number Finder by Anonymous Monk
in thread Prime Number Finder by munchie

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