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AppleScript (through osascript), 201201 158 bytes

If you're wondering how I saved that many bytes: I changed it from AppleScript to osascript (AppleScript from the command line) and used the main method equivalent (on run x) to grab arguments at way less bytes.

It's back. The most annoyingly verbose yet awesome language that I've used...

AppleScript.

set x to(display dialog""default answer"")'son textrun returnedx
set b to 1
repeat while x>0
set b to b+1
set c to 1
repeat while c<b
set c to c+1
if b mod c=0 then exit
end
if b=c
log c
set x to x-1
end
end
end

AppleScript, 201 bytes

It's back. The most annoyingly verbose yet awesome language that I've used...

AppleScript.

set x to(display dialog""default answer"")'s text returned
set b to 1
repeat while x>0
set b to b+1
set c to 1
repeat while c<b
set c to c+1
if b mod c=0 then exit
end
if b=c
log c
set x to x-1
end
end

AppleScript (through osascript), 201 158 bytes

If you're wondering how I saved that many bytes: I changed it from AppleScript to osascript (AppleScript from the command line) and used the main method equivalent (on run x) to grab arguments at way less bytes.

It's back. The most annoyingly verbose yet awesome language that I've used...

AppleScript.

on run x
set b to 1
repeat while x>0
set b to b+1
set c to 1
repeat while c<b
set c to c+1
if b mod c=0 then exit
end
if b=c
log c
set x to x-1
end
end
end
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source | link

AppleScript, 201 bytes

It's back. The most annoyingly verbose yet awesome language that I've used...

AppleScript.

set x to(display dialog""default answer"")'s text returned
set b to 1
repeat while x>0
set b to b+1
set c to 1
repeat while c<b
set c to c+1
if b mod c=0 then exit
end
if b=c
log c
set x to x-1
end
end