2022-10-11, 15:51 | #1 |
"Cristian Siroca"
Oct 2022
1 Posts |
I think I found an algorithm for prime numbers, I mean, it works in a loop form 0 to x
Hello I'm new so I don't know exactly if this is the right section but since have code in the repository I supouse it could be :)
Math is not my best quality but im curious and like to dig things up. I think I found a simple algorithm that just produces prime numbers in order. I tested it and works for the first 10k prime numbers but my PC won't work for heavy stuff of millions of digits so I decided to stop there. Can someone check if it is really legit? https://github.com/CristianS9/prime_number_algorithm |
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