Sieve of Sundaram Help

I am attempting to implement the Sieve of Sundaram:

Start with the list of integers 1,2,...,n. For every pair of integers (i,j) satisfying 1<=i<=j and i+j+2ij<=n, remove the number i+j+2ij from the list. Take all the numbers still in the list: double them and add 1 to each. This results in a list of all the odd primes below 2n+2.

Here's the code I wrote:

sundaram[n_Integer] := [
Do[i = 1, n, 1,
Do[j = 1, n, 1,
If[i + j + 2*j*i <= n, AppendTo[list1, i + j + 2*j*i], Break[]];
If[MemberQ[list1, i], Break[], AppendTo[list2, 2*i + 1]]
]
];
Select[list2]
]

Since I am trying to teach myself Mathematica, I'm not sure what has gone wrong, these are some errors that are showing up: I am unable to make sense of these errors. I'd like to know how I can fix the syntaxes in my module.

• 1) This is not the correct syntax for Do. You should read the documentation of Do for examples. 2) You need to define list1 as something before running this, otherwise you are appending to something undefined. Mar 22 '21 at 7:54