$\large{Name\space of\space participants\space appearing}$ :
$\large{The\space program}$ :
The program have been edited a bit, so please use this new program not the one I shared before
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$\large{Variable\space values}$ :
Name of participant  Value of $l$  Value of $m$ 
Akela Chana  $10^8$  $5\times10^6+10^8$ 
Siddharth Chakravarty  $5\times10^6+10^8$  $10^7+10^8$ 
David Stiff  $10^7+10^8$  $5\times10^6+10^7+10^8$ 
Vinayak Srivastava  $5\times10^6+10^7+10^8$  $2\times10^7+10^8$ 
Aryan Sanghi  $2\times10^7+10^8$  $5\times10^6+2\times10^7+10^8$ 
Jeff Giff  $5\times10^6+2\times10^7+10^8$  $3\times10^7+10^8$ 
Zakir Husain  $3\times10^7+10^8$  $5\times10^6+3\times10^7+10^8$ 
$\large{Some\space important\space thing}$:
Some of the participants might think that how to manage time?
So, what I will suggest is that You don't need to run the whole program all that once you can break it into pieces, like I can break my work into :
$(l=6\times10^7+10^8;m=6.5\times10^7+10^8)$ and $(l=6.5\times10^7+10^8;m=7\times10^7+10^8)$
And then running each program a day and thus completing my work within a week.
An important announcement regarding the input and output is  Kindly send the input and the output you gave both, either through screenshots (which I suggests), or through any other way.
If you are breaking your work into pieces as I mentioned before, then send output of each part with it's input.
Note :
If someone still can't complete his work then he can voluntarily ask for reduction, his work then will be transferred to me (some of it).
If any of you will complete your work before the end of the week and wanted more then you can voluntarily ask for it.
If you are having any doubts related to this then clear it here.
If you also want to participate (you are not a participant right now) then you can register your name for coming week (week $2$) and this week also.
If you know a better programming language then kindly suggest.
A request to Páll Márton to kindly share the flow chart of the algorithm he used in this program.
For more information see On Most common number of prime factor!.
In python $a^b$ is written as :
a**b
So don't write it in this format  ''a^b'' as it will not work properly.
See this for more information.
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Our output numbers are nearly same! Does this mean that primes are distributed uniformly?
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I won't be able to participate in further events till September, my exams will start from 28th July. Sorry.
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@Aryan Sanghi, @Vinayak Srivastava, @Akela Chana, @Jeff Giff, @Siddharth Chakravarty, @David Stiff,
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@Páll Márton, Kindly share the flow chart of your program
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What is the flow chart?
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A picture about the working of my program step by step?
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see here), you can also describe your algorithm instead (in words if you don't want to use flow chart or if you are comfortable in it)
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$\large{Everyone}$ : The Note can be edited anytime today as required, so please check the note frequently
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Also don't start working till I tell to do so.
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@Zakir Husain I typed in the values of l and m as 2 and 10 respectively just for trial. It gave me this output, is it correct?
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Yes, I have printed extra stuff so that you are sure, that your computer haven't hang. Because when I ran it in my PC it hanged, when I printed these thing it worked. The output is correct
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Are my values of l and m in python code correct? See below:
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$\large{Announcement:}$ everyone can now start their work from now.
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While I am running in my code, it is saying syntax error and some other ones, I copied everything correctly. Could you help, as I am still learning to code?
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Don't use interpreter, use IDLE instead. Interpreter doesn't always support copying and pasting.
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Hi Zakir. Here is my interval. Took about 10 minutes:
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@Akela Chana @Jeff Giff
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