# Manuals/calci/LISTPRIMES

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**LISTPRIMES (Max,Min,IndexOnly)**

- is the upper limit.
- is the lower limit.
- is the specified position of a prime number.
- LISTPRIMES(),returns the list of prime numbers from given range

## Description

- This function is listing the set of prime numbers for the given set of numbers.
- A prime number is a natural number, it can be divided, without a remainder, only by itself and by 1.
- For e.g. the number 11 is a prime, because 11 is divided by 1 and 11 without any remainder.
- But 6 is not prime, because 6 can be divided by 1,2,3 and 6. Such numbers are called composite numbers.
- Also the number 0 and 1 are neither prime nor composite.
- In , gives the list of prime numbers between the range and .
- is the upper limit value and is the lower limit value
- And is the position of the prime number value. value is optional.
- Suppose we are not giving the Index value, it will show all the prime numbers in given range.
- This function will give the result as error when

- Any one of the argument is nonnumeric.
- or is the beyond the range number of prime numbers
- or .

## ZOS

- The syntax is to display the prime numbers list in ZOS is .
- is the upper limit.
- is the lower limit.
- is the specified position of a prime number.

- For e.g.,LISTPRIMES(500,390,7)

## Examples

- =LISTPRIMES(20,11) = 11 13 17 19
- =LISTPRIMES(20,11,3) = 17
- =LISTPRIMES(150,130) = 131,137,139,149
- =LISTPRIMES(10,-1) = 2 3 5 7
- =LISTPRIMES(-10,1) = Null
- =LISTPRIMES(90,70) = 71 73 79 83 89
- =LISTPRIMES(90,70,4) = 83
- =LISTPRIMES(90,70,6) = undefined

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