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Python Code to Find the Factors of a Number
In this program, you’ll learn to find the factors of a number using the for loop.
# Python Program to find the factors of a number # This function computes the factor of the argument passed def print_factors(x): print("The factors of",x,"are:") for i in range(1, x + 1): if x % i == 0: print(i) num = 320 print_factors(num)
The factors of 320 are: 1 2 4 5 8 10 16 20 32 40 64 80 160 320
Note: To find the factors of another number, change the value of
In this program, the number whose factor is to be found is stored in
num, which is passed to the
print_factors() function. This value is assigned to the variable x in
In the function, we use the
for loop to iterate from i equal to x. If x is perfectly divisible by i, it’s a factor of x.
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