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# Prime and Twin Prime Numbers in C...anybody?

Posted on 2003-02-25
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Hi,

I'm trying to write a program that calculates all of the pairs of numbers ranging from 1 through 400 where the first number is any prime number, and the second is its twin prime, which is equal to the 2X the first number +1, then prints each pair.

I'm able to get programs to run that calculate and print all prime numbers in a range just fine, but this just doesn't seem to be working.  Does anybody know how this might be done?

Thanks!

J.Pryce.
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show ur code /attempt .. then we can be more precise
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SimesA earned 200 total points
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This has been written here and so probably won't actually compile, but it should be easy enough to fix it. (I'm assuming you already have a test for "primeness" since you can print primes within a range)

// not sure whether you want both numbers to be less
// than 400, it you do, change 400 to 200
for (int i=0; i<400; i++) {
if (IsPrime(i) && IsPrime(2 * i + 1)) {
// i and 2i+1 are twin primes
}
}
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Thanks, SimesA.  I'm rewarding you with 50 pts.  That was very helpful.  Sorry for the late response, but I've been out of town the past few days.
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