|Bill Allombert on Fri, 30 Jul 2004 15:04:35 +0200|
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|unwarranted factor warning ?|
Package: pari Version: 2.2.8 CVS as of today Severity: minor Hello PARI-dev, While testing galoisinit() I found out that: ? \g2 ? factor(14428102754787546312318245110276^2,0); *** factor: Warning: IFAC: unfactored composite declared prime. 1096507 However 1096507 is a prime number. Please note that ? factor(14428102754787546312318245110276,0); does not output any warning, so the above behaviour seems unwarranted. There is also the more general question of the wording of the warning: it is displayed when a partial factorisation is requested, and the composite is not 'declared' prime in any way outside being output as part of the factorisation. Cheers, Bill.