## Instructions

Create a function named divisors/Divisors that takes an integer n > 1 and returns an array with all of the integer's divisors(except for 1 and the number itself), from smallest to largest. If the number is prime return the string '(integer) is prime' (null in C#) (use Either String a in Haskell and Result , String> in Rust).

**Example:**

divisors(12); // should return [2,3,4,6]

divisors(25); // should return [5]

divisors(13); // should return "13 is prime"

## My solution:

```
function divisors(integer) {
let r = []
for(let i = 2; i<integer; i++){
if(integer%i == 0) r.push(i)
}
let res = r.length !== 0 ? r : `${integer} is prime`
return res
}
```

## Explanation

Firs I decalrated the variable "r" tha contains an empty array.

let r = []

After that I started a loop that will iterate from 2 to the integer value, in every iteration I'll check if "i" is divisible by the integer, and if it is I'll push it to the "r" array.

for(let i = 2; i<integer; i++){

if(integer%i == 0) r.push(i)

}

After that I'll check if the length of array isn't 0, it'll return the array, and if it is 0, it'll return ${integer} is prime, and at the end I'll just return this result.

let res = r.length !== 0 ? r :

`${integer} is prime`

return res

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