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Prime Numbers Within An array

I am making a code that prints square and prime numbers within an array. Does anyone know how to do this. (I am using a for loop and language is Python) code: nums = [8383,8392,101,3929,9999,53849,7373,10,666373] try: x=1 print("full array:") for i in range(len(nums)): x=x+1 print(nums[x]) print("primes:") except: print(" ")

3/26/2019 10:21:27 AM

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For primes this should work: nums = [8383, 8392, 101, 3929, 9999, 53849, 7373, 10, 666373] def is_prime(n): if n == 1: # 1 is not a prime return False elif n == 2: return True # 2 is a prime else: for i in range (2, n // 2): if n % i == 0: return False # not a prime if divisible by i return True # n is prime number print('full array:') for n in nums: print(n) print() print('primes:') for n in nums: if is_prime(n): print(n)