Here **prime number** is a natural **number** greater than **1** that has no positive divisors other than **1** and itself. Here is source **code** of the **Python Program** to Display All the Prime Numbers Between 1 to 100.

**Approach 1:**

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print('Prime numbers between 1 and 100 are:') for num in range(2,101): if num > 1: for i in range(2,num): if (num % i) == 0: break else: print(num) |

**Approach 2:**

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for possiblePrime in range(2, 101): # Assume number is prime until shown it is not. isPrime = True for num in range(2, possiblePrime): if possiblePrime % num == 0: isPrime = False if isPrime: print(possiblePrime) |

**Approach 3:**

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for possiblePrime in range(2, 101): # Assume number is prime until shown it is not. isPrime = True for num in range(2, possiblePrime): if possiblePrime % num == 0: isPrime = False break if isPrime: print(possiblePrime) |

**Approach 4:**

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for possiblePrime in range(2, 101): # Assume number is prime until shown it is not. isPrime = True for num in range(2, int(possiblePrime ** 0.5) + 1): if possiblePrime % num == 0: isPrime = False break if isPrime: print(possiblePrime) |

**Output:**