misha_turnbull last edited by
Hey guys, just thought Id share this with you.
It's a number factorizer that is designed to handle LARGE numbers (in the hundreds of thousands) and, well, factorize them.
It's output is user-friendly, no duplicate factors, and they're in neat little pairs. Here's an example:
[[1, 1000], [2, 500], [4, 250], [5, 200], [8, 125], [10, 100], [20, 50], [25, 40]]
That was for 1000 and took 8.3 seconds.
Then again, the iPad 2 I'm using has way more stuff running in the background than it should.
Here's the code, you'll need both in the same directory:
I'm new to the whole github thing so if you want to edit you may have to help me allow you do that.
LawAbidingCactus last edited by
Simple little tweak, put this in, instead of putting that n = 1000:
n = int(console.input_alert("Enter the number to be factorized: "))
As you can probably tell, it asks the user for the number, instead of having to go into the source and manually change it.
ccc last edited by
fmath.is_prime()is slowing you down...
I will post some replacement code on the gist.
======================= Running timing tests... newer_is_prime() 4.03963088989 new_is_prime() 11.5599570274 is_prime() 138.246795177 done.