This C# program is designed to calculate and display the factors of a specified positive integer. Factors are the numbers that evenly divide the given number without leaving a remainder.

## Problem Statement

You are tasked with writing a program that finds all the factors of a given positive integer number. Factors are the positive integers that evenly divide the given number without leaving a remainder.

## C# Program to Find the Factors of the Given Number

using System; class Program { static void Main() { Console.Write("Enter a number: "); int number = int.Parse(Console.ReadLine()); Console.WriteLine("Factors of " + number + " are:"); FindFactors(number); Console.ReadLine(); } static void FindFactors(int num) { for (int i = 1; i <= num; i++) { if (num % i == 0) { Console.WriteLine(i); } } } }

## How it Works

**User Input**: The first step is to get the value of`n`

from the user or from some data source.**Initialization**: Initialize a loop variable, usually called`i`

, to start at 1. This variable will be used to check each number from 1 to`n`

to see if it’s a factor.**Factor Checking Loop**: Enter a loop that iterates from`i`

= 1 to`i`

=`n`

. For each iteration of the loop, do the following:a. Check if`n`

is divisible by`i`

(i.e.,`n % i == 0`

). If the remainder of the division is 0, it means that`i`

is a factor of`n`

.b. If`i`

is a factor, print or store the value of`i`

because it’s one of the factors of`n`

.c. Increment the value of`i`

to move to the next number in the loop.**Loop Termination**: Continue the loop until`i`

reaches`n`

. This ensures that all numbers from 1 to`n`

are checked for being factors.**Display Factors**: After the loop completes, you have found all the factors of`n`

. You can display these factors to the user or use them for further calculations.**Program Ends**: The program ends, and you have successfully found and processed the factors of the given number`n`

.