PrecisionCalc
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Precision
Get Your Numbers Right
xlpISPRIME
Determines whether a number is prime, with up to 32,767 significant digits of precision. Returns TRUE if number is prime; returns FALSE if not. Returns #NUM! if input cannot be resolved to a valid integer.
Caution: using xlpISPRIME on large numbers can take hours or days or longer to calculate.
Requires the 5,000 SD edition of xlPrecision or higher, or the Free Edition.
xlpISPRIME was introduced in xlPrecision 2018. It is not included in versions 3.x.x and earlier.
Syntax
xlpISPRIME(num)
num | Required. The number to determine whether it is prime. |
Remarks
num can accept both numbers and text.
num can accept text formatted with the local currency symbol and thousands separators, and negatives can be formatted with either a leading hyphen or parentheses.
num can accept text up to 32,767 characters long.
Examples
Formula | Description | Result |
=xlpISPRIME(7) | Determines whether 7 is prime | TRUE |
=xlpISPRIME(4) | Determines whether 4 is prime | FALSE |
=xlpISPRIME(3.2) | Determines whether 3.2 is prime | #NUM! (error because 3.2 is not an integer) |
=xlpISPRIME("abc") | Determines whether "abc" is prime | #NUM! (error because "abc" is not an integer) |