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NAME - Print prime factors

SYNOPSIS [options] [number] ...


       Print  the  prime  factors  of  each  positive integer given on the command line, or reads
       numbers from standard input if called without arguments.

       Math expressions may be given as arguments, which  will  be  evaluated  before  factoring.
       This  includes  most  Math::Prime::Util  functions  including  things like prime_count(#),
       nth_prime(#), primorial(#), random_nbit_prime(#), etc.

       --help displays this help message

              displays the version information

              as we factor, display information about what we're doing

       Part of the Math::Prime::Util 0.73 package, wrapping  the  factor()  function.   See  'man
       Math::Prime::Util' for more information.


       Written by Dana Jacobsen. version 1.2 using Math::Prime::UNovember 2018MPU::GMP 0.51                 FACTOR.PL(1)