Here you will get Python program to find factorial of number using for and while loop.

The Factorial of a number is calculated by multiplying it with all the numbers below it starting from 1.

For example, the factorial of 4 is 24 (1 x 2 x 3 x 4).

The below program takes a number from the user as input and finds its factorial.

## Python Program to Find Factorial of Number

### Using For Loop

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num = int(input("enter a number: ")) fac = 1 for i in range(1, num + 1): fac = fac * i print("factorial of ", num, " is ", fac) |

**Output**

*enter a number: 5**factorial of 5 is 120*

### Using While Loop

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num = int(input("enter a number: ")) fac = 1 i = 1 while i <= num: fac = fac * i i = i + 1 print("factorial of ", num, " is ", fac) |

**Output**

*enter a number: 4**factorial of 4 is 24*

### Video Tutorial

There are two other ways to find factorial in Python using recursion and math.factorial() function.

Comment below if you have any queries related to the above Python factorial program.

HIMANISH SHEKHAR DASwhy num+1 in for loop ?

AdminBecause range(start, end) function will generate numbers from start and end-1. In above program we want to generate numbers from 1 to num, I have used num+1 that means (num+1)-1 which ultimately means num.

AqibSir kindly is mein help kr dein as soon as possible.

Python program that evaluates the factorials of the integers from 1 to 5

Print the results in tabular format as following.

X Factorial of X

1 1

2 2

3 6

4 24

5 120

Rachit GuptaAs we know that if we write only num,it will take range (1,num-1)means if we write only num it will range from 1 to num -1. And if we range (1,num+1)it range the number also that you have entered.

**THAT’S THE SOLUTION**

MukeshBecause if you give only num it will end with 1 less number

Eg.for i in range(1,5)

Print(i)

1

2

3

4

It will olny print 4 number there fore we add num+1

deepakdef factorial(a):

result=1

for i in range(1,a+1):

result= result*i

return result

a = input(‘ur number please ‘)

y = (factorial(a))

print(y + str (‘is ur answer’))

can any body tell me where is the problem

RUPESHindentation problem

result must be under the loop.

press tab button on reach lines from result

Namit Vithalrao ShastriYou first define function and then you didn’t use it . So off course no output. Example :- factorial(4)

Ben DoverThis is what I used and it worked on Codio:

t = 1

for i in range(1, N+1):

t = t * i

if N – i == 0:

print(str(t))

else:

continue

David Emmanuel A.First you declared

def factorial(a):

…

y=(factorial. a) not,

y=(factorial (a))

Sajdef factorial(a):

p=1

for i in range(1,a+1):

p= p*i

return p

a = int(input(“ur number please “))

y = factorial(a)

print(” Your f is”, y)

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Paula OdellHello!

I have read my book from Codio and have attempted the challenge. Here is what I have coded:

# Get N from the command line

import sys

N = int(sys.argv[1])

# Your code goes here

N!=N*(N-1)*(N-2)*(N-3)*(N-4)*1

print (N)

It is telling me my output is 4.

I am confused, because if N is 4 based upon what the user input, why is it not completing the calculation?

Can you help?

librimport math

x = math.factorial(2)

print(x)

AdityaAn integer t, 1<=t<=100, denoting the number of testcases, followed by t lines, each containing a single integer n, 1<=n<=100.

Output

For each integer n given at input, display a line with the value of n!

Find the factorial!!

chkundankanthpython program on factorial using recurssion?

sujitdef factorial(a):

if a == 0 or a ==1:

return a

else:

return a * factorial(a-1)

a = int(input())

y = factorial(a)

print( y)

newtoPythonWith the for loop, how would I be able to have it display the actual calculation along with the answer, for example if user enters 4, I need it to display:

4! = 1 x 2 x 3 x 4 = 24

I am able to get the code to display the answer, however not the actual equation.

Thanks for your help in advance!

nurlailahere the code!, might be can help you

number = input (“give me a number =”)

number = int (number)

fac = 1

i = 1

print (f” {number}! =”, end = ” “)

while i <= number :

fac = fac * i

i = i + 1

if (i == number+1):

print (i – 1 , end = "=")

else :

print (i – 1 , end = "X")

print (f" {fac}")

RobertThank you! This was very helpful.

Ronak Panchalhow to find if factorial is even or odd

Kumarnum = int(input(“enter a number: “))

fac = 1

for i in range(1, num):

fac = fac *num

num = num-1

print(“factorial of “, num, ” is “, fac)

MD ALHAMADTHANK YOU SIR

Giovanny Guthiery Soares de Oliveiradef fat(n):

a = n – 1

while a != 1:

n *= a

a -= 1

print(f’O fatorial de {c} é igual a {n}’)

c = int(input(‘Digite Um Numero: ‘))

fat(c)

pin that programme what is

factorial=1

and factorial=factorial*i plz explain some one

prathapFind factorial of a number (number should be an input from user)

TomásWhile the answer is correct, its going to print several wrong answers, isn’t it better done with a conditional if to print? So this way it’s only going to print the right answer.

like this:

num = int(input(“enter a number: “))

fac = 1

for i in range(1, num + 1):

fac = fac * i

if i == num:

print(“factorial of “, num, ” is “, fac)

Yasin akarAsk the user to enter a number between 0-20 (including 20), if the user makes an inappropriate entry, give a warning message to enter a suitable entry until the appropriate entry.

If the number entered by the user is “odd”, calculate the factorial of the entered number and print it on the screen.

If the number entered by the user is “even”, the sum of even numbers from 0 to the number entered by the user (including the entered number) should be written on the screen

If the entered number is 5, the output will appear on the screen: 5! = 120

If the entered number is 12, the output will be displayed: The sum of even numbers from 0 to 12 is 42.