Limits of PrimeNu

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Is there any way to find distinct prime factors for very large numbers using Prime and/or PrimePi that exceeds the capabilities/limits of PrimeNu?

martin

Posted 2013-12-19T10:24:02.767

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Question was closed 2013-12-20T10:34:48.650

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No, in general it's impossible. I gave a comment to one of your similar recent questions and that should be clear enough from that comment. Once more I have to put this link: What is so special about Prime?. PrimeNu can evaluate its value for e.g. 50! while neither Prime nor PrimePi cannot. Seems like you don't read comments to your questions. Is it clear enough ?

– Artes – 2013-12-19T10:36:55.913

OK many thanks - I did read previous comments, but was clearly not understanding things correctly. – martin – 2013-12-19T10:53:38.893

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