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## Re: lcm(0,n) gives 0 which should be changed.

**From**: |
Dildar Sk |

**Subject**: |
Re: lcm(0,n) gives 0 which should be changed. |

**Date**: |
Sun, 25 Mar 2018 22:48:15 -0700 (MST) |

Jordi Gutiérrez Hermoso-2 wrote
>* I suppose you can argue that 0 is always the lcm of any two*
>* nonnegative integers and the output of lcm should positive to rule out*
>* 0. I think it makes more sense to return something here since one of*
>* the inputs is zero, instead of erroring out.*
Forgive me, but lcm of x,y lcm(x,y) must be divisible by x and y.
But if lcm(0,n) produces 0 that means 0 is divisible by 0.But
0/0 is undefined.
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