# JavaScript: All prime factors of a given number

## JavaScript Math: Exercise-71 with Solution

Write a JavaScript program to print all the prime factors of a given number.

**Visualisation:**

**Test Data:**

(75) -> [3, 5, 5]

(18) -> [2, 3, 3]

(101) -> [101]

**Sample Solution:**

**JavaScript Code:**

```
/**
* Calculates the prime factors of a given number.
* @param {number} number - The number to find prime factors for.
* @returns {array} - An array containing the prime factors of the given number.
*/
const Prime_Factors = (number) => {
// Initialize an array to store the result factors
const result_factors = [];
// Loop through numbers starting from 2 up to the square root of the input number
for (let i = 2; i * i <= number; i++) {
// Check if 'i' is a factor of 'number'
while (number % i === 0) {
// If 'i' is a factor, push it to the result factors array
result_factors.push(i);
// Divide 'number' by 'i'
number = Math.floor(number / i);
}
}
// If there is any remainder greater than 1, push it as a prime factor
if (number > 1) {
result_factors.push(number);
}
// Return the array of prime factors
return result_factors;
};
// Test the function with different numbers
console.log(Prime_Factors(75)); // Output: [ 3, 5, 5 ]
console.log(Prime_Factors(18)); // Output: [ 2, 3, 3 ]
console.log(Prime_Factors(101)); // Output: [ 101 ]
```

Output:

[3,5,5] [2,3,3] [101]

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