GCD function

GCD(firstParameter, parameters...) GCD(firstParameter; parameters...)

firstParameter — Number or { Number }

The first parameter.

parameters — Number or { Number } (accepts many)

The remaining parameters.

Returns — Number

The greatest common divisor.

Returns the greatest common divisor of a set of numbers. GCD(30, 12)GCD(30; 12) returns 6, because 6 is the largest positive integer that divides both numbers without producing a remainder.

The parameters are expected to be integers, that is, they should not have fractional components. If they do, their numbers are truncated as though the INT function was applied to them.

Examples

GCD(30, 12)GCD(30; 12)

Returns 6.

GCD({ 120, 36 })GCD({ 120; 36 })

Returns 12.

GCD(Field1:Field10)GCD(Field1:Field10)

Returns the greatest common divisor of the field values of the Field1:Field10Field1:Field10 range.

GCD(120, 36, 6)GCD(120; 36; 6)

Returns 6.