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I don't feel like this deserves to be in medium.
A minimal complete solution in Haskell is rather trivial
main = getLine >> getLine >>= print. foldr1 lcm. map read. words
will run without any problem using int's (on a 64bit system anyhow)
rather easy in Haskell where everything is in prelude (foldl1' lcm)
Technically, foldl1' is in Data.List. Otherwise, I agree.
With F# ensure using int64 and printing out in int to pass all the testcases.
Please, why will answer to case 10 be multiple of 10; when none of the numbers in the array is multiple of 5! Meanwhile, I am only missing case 10.
Did anyone else look up algorithms in Wikipedia only to find that lcm is a native Haskell function?
I actually implemented my own lcm function, which I then found out conflicted with Prelude's lcm! I didn't even know lcm existed in Prelude... Xp
why can't i use c++ or python ?
It's Functional Programming
Why hackerrank hates recursion so much?
One recursion call in F# and it blows...
oh man the BigInt is the key thing...