# Factorial in Wolfram Mathematica

Example for versions
Mathics 0.5,
Wolfram Mathematica 8.0.4

This example uses built-in factorial function `!`

.

`Do`

is one of the ways to run a loop — it evaluates its first argument for a sequence of numbers defined by the second argument. In this case it’s all values of `i`

from 0 to 16, inclusive, with step of 1.

```
Do[Print[i, "! = ", i!] , {i, 0, 16, 1}]
```

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