gcd.pl : Greatest Common Divisor Computes greatest common divisor by Euclidean algorithm.
How to use: For two or more positive integers (N1,N2,..), you enter gcd(N1), gcd(N2), ... and get the greatest common divisor X as single remaining gcd(X).
Program: Change the code, then submit! /* gcd.pl: Greatest Common Divisor (C) Thom.Fruehwirth at uni-ulm.de, 1998/02/02, 1998/03/11, LMU This program is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html %% DESCRIPTION Computes greatest common divisor by Euclidean algorithm. %% HOW TO USE For two or more positive integers (N1,N2,..), you enter *gcd(N1), gcd(N2), ...*# and get the greatest common divisor X as single remaining *gcd(X).* %% SAMPLE QUERIES Q: gcd(2), gcd(3). A: gcd(1). Q: gcd(12), gcd(27). A: gcd(3). Q: gcd(94017), gcd(1155), gcd(2035). A: gcd(11). */ :- module(gcd, [gcd/1]). :- use_module( library(chr) ). %% Deprecated syntax used for SICStus 3.x %handler gcd. %constraints gcd/1. %% Syntax for SWI / SICStus 4.x :- chr_constraint gcd(+natural). cleanup @ gcd(0) <=> true. % gcd(N) \ gcd(M) <=> 0<N, N=<M | L is M - N, gcd(L). %linear complexity gcd(N) \ gcd(M) <=> 0<N, N=<M | L is M mod N, gcd(L). %logarithmic complexity
Console: Enter query or select example from below, then submit and wait for answer! % loading _min/gcd.pl | ?- consult(...). yes [1.579 seconds] | ?-