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NAME - Display all primes


       primes [options]  [START]  END


       Displays all primes between the positive integers START and END, inclusive.  The START and
       END values must be integers or simple expressions.  This allows inputs like  "10**500+100"
       or  "2**64-1000" or "2 * nth_prime(560)".  Additionally, if END starts with '+' then it is
       assumed to add to START.  If only one number is given, primes up to that number are  shown
       (START = 0).

       General options:

       --help displays this help message

       Filter  options,  which will cause the list of primes to be further filtered to only those
       primes additionally meeting these conditions:

       --twin Twin             p+2 is prime

              Triplet          p+6 and (p+2 or p+4) are prime

       --quadruplet Quadruplet
              p+2, p+6, and p+8 are prime

              Cousin           p+4 is prime

       --sexy Sexy             p+6 is prime

       --safe Safe             (p-1)/2 is also prime

              Sophie Germain   2p+1 is also prime

              Lucas            L_p is prime

              Fibonacci        F_p is prime

              Mersenne         M_p = 2^p-1 is prime

              Lucky            p is a lucky number

              Palindromic      p is equal to p with its base-10 digits reversed

              Pillai           n! % p = p-1 and p % n != 1 for some n

       --good Good             p_n^2 > p_{n-i}*p_{n+i} for all i in (1..n-1)

              Cuban (y+1)      p = (x^3 - y^3)/(x-y), x=y+1

              Cuban (y+2)      p = (x^3 - y^3)/(x-y), x=y+2

       --pnp1 Primorial+1      p#+1 is prime

       --pnm1 Primorial-1      p#-1 is prime

              Euclid           pn#+1 is prime

              Circular         all digit rotations of p are prime

       --panaitopol Panaitopol
              p = (x^4-y^4)/(x^3+y^3) for some x,y

              Ensure all primes are provably prime

       Note that options can be combined, e.g. display only  safe  twin  primes.   In  all  cases
       involving  multiples  (twin, triplet, etc.), the value returned is p -- the least value of
       the set.


       Written by Dana Jacobsen. version 1.3 using Math::Prime::UtOctober 2019MPU::GMP 0.51                 PRIMES.PL(1)