For example, you can check whether one number is divisible by another—if x % y is zero, then x is divisible by y. Also, you can extract the right-most digit or digits from a number. For example, x % 10 yields the right-most digit of x (in base 10). For example, for the number 8, the smallest particle is 2, and the number 8 in the loop is given as 2 * 4, so i = 2, j = 4. In the starting sequence D [8] = 8, D [2] = 2 and after testing conditions if (D [2] <D [2 * 4]) ... the new value D [8] = 2, and the smallest is its divisor. Now that we know all the smallest dividers, factoring can be done:

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