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How to calculate the LCM in Java

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hello experts,

how to calculate the LCM of some numbers (how many numbers I have to calculate will come dynamically) in Java?


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http://mindprod.com/jgloss/gcd.html

lcm = a * b / gcd(a,b)
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Thank you!!
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