# A Dart package for prime number checking

The `is_prime_number`

package offers a simple and efficient way to check if a given number is prime.
Designed for Dart and Flutter developers, this package provides a straightforward function
that takes an integer as input and returns a boolean indicating whether the number is a prime number.
It's optimized for performance and ease of use, making it an ideal choice for applications requiring
prime number validation, mathematical computations, and educational purposes. Incorporating `is_prime_number`

into your project will streamline your development process when dealing with number theory-related tasks.

## Authors

## Features

**Simple Interface**: A straightforward function that accepts an integer and returns a boolean.**Performance Optimized**: Uses an efficient algorithm for prime checking, suitable for large numbers.**Cross-Platform**: Works with any Dart project including Flutter apps, web, and backend.**Lightweight**: No external dependencies, making it easy to integrate into any project.**Comprehensive Documentation**: Includes detailed usage instructions and examples.

## FAQ

**1.Can is_prime_number handle very large numbers?**

A: The package is optimized for performance but is subject to Dart's limitations on integer sizes. For extremely large numbers, performance may vary.

**2. Is is_prime_number suitable for educational purposes?**

A: Absolutely! It's a great tool for learning about prime numbers and algorithms in a practical setting.

**3. How can I contribute to is_prime_number?**

A: Contributions can range from bug fixes, feature additions, documentation improvements, and more. See the Contributing section above for how to get started.

## Demo

To see `is_prime_number`

in action, here is a simple Flutter app snippet:

```
import 'package:is_prime_number/is_prime_number.dart';
void main() {
int testNumber = 29;
bool isPrime = isPrimeNumber(testNumber);
print('$testNumber is a prime number: $isPrime');
}
```