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why i am getting WA in my code…can any1 tell me…

link to the above problem is

link to my answer is

Can anyone check my code? I’m getting correct output, no idea why it says W/A.

It’s Python 3.5, I’m new user can’t ask question.

#greatest common divisor
def nwd(a,b):
if a == b:
    return a
elif a % b == 0:
    return a // b
    reszta = a % b
    while reszta != 0:
        wynik = b % reszta
        if wynik == 0:
            return reszta
        b = reszta % wynik
        if b == 0:
            return wynik
        reszta = wynik % b
        if reszta == 0:
            return b

#creating variables, arrays, deleting first number
t = int(input()) #tests
for i in range(t):
a = 0
tab, tab2, tab3 = [], [], []
tab = input().split(" ")
del tab[0]

#chaning input type to int
for j in range(len(tab)):

x = nwd(tab2[0], tab2[1])
for j in range(0, len(tab2)-1):
    tab3.append(nwd(tab3[0], tab2[j+1]))
del tab3[0]

#printing results
if min(tab3) == 1:
    for j in range(len(tab2)):
        print (tab2[j], end=" ")
    print ("")
    maxx = max(tab3)
    for j in range(len(tab2)):
        print (tab2[j]//maxx, end=" ")
    print ("")

Hi Ruhul!!

The problem with your code is that the variable mark stores the gcd of only the last two numbers of the array.
whereas it should store the gcd of all the numbers.
Let the array be 2,4,8,12. The variable mark stores gcd(8,12) =4. When the last loop runs, it checks a[1]%mark==0(2%4==0),this is not true so flag becomes 1 and displays the org array with no change. gcd of all the numbers is 2. mark should store 2. Then your answer will be 1,2,4,6.

what you can do is
initialise cool = gcd(a[1],a[2]); //gcd of first two numbers

for ( i=1 to n)
cool=gcd(cool, a[i+1]);

and then your code seems good.

All the best.
Thank you!!

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understood…thank u… sorry for late reply to every1 who helped me…