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def isprime(candidate):
*# No primes are even except 2.*
*# ... Use modulo division to test for even numbers.*
if (candidate % 2) == 0:
if candidate == 2:
return True
else:
return False
*# Loop over numbers incrementing by 2 to the number.*
for i in range(3, candidate, 2):
*# No prime can be more than the square root.*
if (i * i) > candidate:
break;
*# See if the number is evenly divisible.*
if (candidate % i) == 0:
return False
*# The candidate is a prime unless it is 1.*
return candidate != 1
*# Test for primes in first 100 numbers.*
for test in range(0, 100):
if isprime(test):
print(test)
*# Test for primes in another range.*
for test in range(10000, 10100):
if isprime(test):
print(test)2
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