[METHOD] How: Count how many prime numbers there is between two numbers!

Hello!

I'm currently making a new program that will count how many prime numbers there is between two numbers (let's say 1 - 50).

I just wonder how do I make this method? Or do I need a for loop also?

This is how far I have become atm.. Please tell me if I have made something wrong.

OBS! There will also be a class with a main method which is not created yet.

Code :

import java.util.Scanner;
class Prime
{
private int number1;
private int number2;
private int[] primenumber1;
public Prime(int n1, int n2, int[] p1 ); {
System.out.print("Write in the first number:");
int under = s.nextInt();
System.out.print("Write in the second number:");
int over = s.nextInt();
this.number1 = n1;
this.number2 = n2;
this.primenumber1 = p1;
}
public int getNumber1()
{
return this.Number1;
}
public void setNumber1()
{
this.number1 = n1;
}
public int getNumber2()
{
return this.Number2;
}
public void setNumber2()
{
this.number2 = n2;
}
public int getPrime()
{
return this.primenumber1;
}
}

Re: [METHOD] How: Count how many prime numbers there is between two numbers!

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Re: [METHOD] How: Count how many prime numbers there is between two numbers!

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Re: [METHOD] How: Count how many prime numbers there is between two numbers!

hi dude this code will help you .. i just did it

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Re: [METHOD] How: Count how many prime numbers there is between two numbers!

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Originally Posted by

**bojwess**
hi dude this code will help you .. i just did it

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Evidently new contributors to the forums don't read the forum rules, or previous posts on the subject. bojwess, while we appreciate your participation I point you to the link I provided in my post above, and the forum rules post at the top of every forum. Your post has been edited