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Calculating prime numbers with LINQ in C#

It is a beautiful proof of the power and expressiveness of LINQ. The query expression states that from each value i in the Enumerable.Range(2, max - 1) where all elements of the range Enumerable.Range(2, i – 2) satisfy the condition All(j => i % j != 0), we select i.


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