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DEFINE PROCEDURE ''DIVIDE'' [DIVIDEND, DIVISOR]: BLOCK 0: BEGIN IF DIVISOR < 1, THEN: QUIT BLOCK 0; CELL(0) <= DIVIDEND; LOOP AT MOST DIVIDEND TIMES: BLOCK 1: BEGIN IF CELL(0) < DIVISOR, THEN: QUIT BLOCK 0; CELL(0) <= MINUS[CELL(0), DIVISOR]; OUTPUT <= OUTPUT + 1; BLOCK 1: END; BLOCK0: END. DEFINE PROCEDURE ''PERFECT?'' [N]: BLOCK 0: BEGIN CELL(0) <= 0; CELL(1) <= 0; LOOP DIVIDE [N,2] TIMES: BLOCK 1 BEGIN: CELL(1) <= CELL(1) + 1; IF REMAINDER[N,CELL(1)] = 0, THEN: CELL <= CELL(0) + CELL(1); BLOCK 1 END; IF CELL(0) = N THEN: OUTPUT <= YES; BLOCK 0: END.
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