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Language: Primes
Description A pretty straight forward task, calculate the number of primes between 2 integers.
Given 2 integers A ≤ B < 10 ^{5} what’s the number of primes in range from A to B inclusive.
Note: A prime number is a positive integer greater than 1 and is divisible by 1 and itself only. For N to be prime it is enough to test the divisibility of numbers less than or equal to square root of N. Input As many as 1000 lines, each line contains 2 integers A and B separated by a space. Input is terminated when A = B = -1 (Do not process this line). Output For every line in input – except for the last line where A = B = -1 - print the number of prime numbers between A and B inclusive. Sample Input 0 9999 1 5 -1 -1 Sample Output 1229 3 Source |

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