9 examples of 'largest subarray with gcd greater than 1' in Python

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274def gcd2(a, b):
275 """Greatest common divisor using Euclid's algorithm."""
276 while a:
277 a, b = b % a, a
278 return b
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34def gcd_by_iterative(x, y):
35 """
36 >>> gcd_by_iterative(24, 40)
37 8
38 >>> greatest_common_divisor(24, 40) == gcd_by_iterative(24, 40)
39 True
40 """
41 while y: # --> when y=0 then loop will terminate and return x as final GCD.
42 x, y = y, x % y
43 return x
60def gcd(a, b):
61 if a < b:
62 a, b = b, a
63
64 while b > 0:
65 t = b
66 b = a % t
67 a = t
68 return a
13def _gcd(a,b):
14 """
15 Returns greatest common denominator of two numbers.
16
17 Example:
18 >>> _gcd(4, 6)
19 2
20 """
21 while b:
22 a,b=b,a%b
23 return a
43def gcd(a,b):
44 """ the euclidean algorithm """
45 while a:
46 a, b = b%a, a
47 return b
18def gcd(a,b):
19 while b:
20 a,b=b,a%b
21 return a
33def gcd(a, b):
34 while b != 0:
35 a, b = b, a % b
36 return a
4def gcd(a, b):
5 if(a%b == 0):
6 return b
7 else:
8 return gcd(b, a%b)
9def gcd(x, y):
10 while y != 0:
11 (x, y) = (y, x % y)
12 return x

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