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Prime Number Generator is a utility for users that work with prime numbers.
There are two modes:
There are two modes:
 Mode A: Finds primes starting at a number of your choice.
 Mode B: Finds all primes between a start number and a stop number. A table displays the index, prime number, and gap between a prime number and the previous prime number.
What's New
Version 3.1.0:
 Compiled for 32bit Cocoa
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.6 or later
Intel, OS X 10.6 or later
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Downloads:4,723 
Version Downloads:332 
Type:Education : Mathematics 
License:Free 
Date:27 Sep 2013 
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X 
Price:Free 
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Prime Number Generator is a utility for users that work with prime numbers.
There are two modes:
There are two modes:
 Mode A: Finds primes starting at a number of your choice.
 Mode B: Finds all primes between a start number and a stop number. A table displays the index, prime number, and gap between a prime number and the previous prime number.
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Anonymous reviewed on 09 Oct 2005
Anonymous reviewed on 09 Oct 2005
Anonymous reviewed on 09 Oct 2005
After obtaining the list, click the (say) Prime Number button. This is supposed (I guess) to reverse the order of the primes, but it only does a piecewise job, so clicking again the Prime Number button does NOT reproduce the original order. For example, starting from 2,3,5,7,11,13, we go to the loop 11,13,2,3,5,7 7,5,3,2,13,11. The original order 2,3,5,7,11,13 cannot be recovered any more. This goes for the Index button as well.
Anonymous reviewed on 08 Oct 2005
Get over it. Let it go. Who cares.
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Anonymous reviewed on 05 Oct 2005
Program still hangs for some allowed values in entry fields. Limited to 99999? Don't make me laugh.
Have mercy on us.
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Anonymous reviewed on 04 Oct 2005
Anonymous reviewed on 03 Oct 2005
4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 2048, 5096, etc. Then it eventually hangs at 65535.
Is this some kind of joke? Has the developer of this crap heard of beta testing?
Anonymous reviewed on 03 Oct 2005
Anonymous reviewed on 02 Oct 2005