It seems to me that the logic of the test suite is reversed. You're asking if the numbers are coprime and yet want 0 (false) when they are.
@Guillaume: Your are right.
I re-wrote the text. The english got worse, but the clarity increased, I hope:))
I submitted this just to see if one can get away with a blatant cheat!
Until the test suite is changed, yes. Yes you can.
Well, test suite changed :)
Does the "tf = n1==27" still work? :)
My cheat does not pass new test suite, but tf = n2==123 does.
@Are Mjaavatten: Your are terrible:). I will change (improve:)) again the test-suite.
Factorize THIS, buddy
Is it an Armstrong number?
Rounding off numbers to n decimals
Sum of odd numbers in a matrix
Number of occurrences of letter in a text
multiple of nine?
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