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I am currently taking an Excell, Access and Visual Basic programming course. The program I need to write is in Visual Logic Flowchart.

I need to display all prime numbers from 1 to 50

I used a nested for loop with two Ifs in the second for loop. One to check if i mod j comes to 0 the other to check if i does not equal j. I'm having troubles with the mod if. Can anyone tell me what to put as the if?

I currently have i mod(j)<> 0

Edited by achapman91, 11 December 2009 - 10:16 PM.

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Questions concerning homework should be asked in the class.

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