# Raku challenge Week 3

Task 1. Generate a list of Regular numbers, which are the numbers, whose prime factors do not exceed 5.

Task 2. Print Pascal triangle with the given number of rows.

In this post, there’re my solutions to the tasks of Week 3 of the Perl Weekly Challenge.

Generate a list of Regular numbers, which are the numbers, whose prime factors do not exceed 5.

In my book Using Raku, there is an example of computing prime factors of a number. Actually, that solution can be simplified to the following code, as we don’t need to keep track of repeated factors:

```my \$max = 20;
my @prime = grep *.is-prime, ^\$max;

for 1..\$max -> \$n {
say "Prime factor(s) of \$n: " ~ grep {\$n %% \$_}, @prime;
}```

For the numbers below 20, we have the following result:

```\$ raku prime-factors.raku
Prime factor(s) of 1:
Prime factor(s) of 2: 2
Prime factor(s) of 3: 3
Prime factor(s) of 4: 2
Prime factor(s) of 5: 5
Prime factor(s) of 6: 2 3
Prime factor(s) of 7: 7
Prime factor(s) of 8: 2
Prime factor(s) of 9: 3
Prime factor(s) of 10: 2 5
Prime factor(s) of 11: 11
Prime factor(s) of 12: 2 3
Prime factor(s) of 13: 13
Prime factor(s) of 14: 2 7
Prime factor(s) of 15: 3 5
Prime factor(s) of 16: 2
Prime factor(s) of 17: 17
Prime factor(s) of 18: 2 3
Prime factor(s) of 19: 19
Prime factor(s) of 20: 2 5```

Now let’s use this program as a base for solving the task. If the number is Regular, then all of its prime factors are below and including 5, which you can express as:

`all(map * <= 5, grep {\$n %% \$_}, @prime)`

Finally, assemble the pieces together:

```my \$max = 60;
my @prime = grep *.is-prime, ^\$max;

for 1..\$max -> \$n {
say \$n if all(map * <= 5, grep {\$n %% \$_}, @prime);
}```

You get these numbers in the output:

```2
3
4
5
6
8
9
10
12
15
16
18
20
24
25
27
30
32
36
40
45
48
50
54
60```

Run the program with different maximum values and compare the result with the sequence listed at oeis.org/A051037.

Print the Pascal triangle with the given number of rows.

This task is directly solved in the same book, please find a solution on my site.

Let me add some code to print the triangle as a symmetrical shape:

```my \$rows = 10;

my @row = 1;
my @lines = gather {
take 1;
for 1 ..^ \$rows {
@row = (|@row, 0) >>+<< (0, |@row);
take @row.join(' ');
}
}

my \$width = @lines[*-1].chars;
.say for map({(' ' x (\$width - \$_.chars) / 2) ~ \$_}, @lines);```

This is the result for the requested 10 rows:

```\$ raku ch-2.raku
1
1 1
1 2 1
1 3 3 1
1 4 6 4 1
1 5 10 10 5 1
1 6 15 20 15 6 1
1 7 21 35 35 21 7 1
1 8 28 56 70 56 28 8 1
1 9 36 84 126 126 84 36 9 1```

Find the source files of today’s solutions at my GitHub repository.