And, Lowest Common Multiple R←X^Y

Case 1: X and Y are Boolean

R is Boolean is determined as follows:

             X   Y     R
      
             0   0     0
             0   1     0
             1   0     0
             1   1     1

Note that the ASCII caret (^) will also be interpreted as an APL And (^).

Example

      0 1 0 1 ^ 0 0 1 1
0 0 0 1

Case 2: Either or both X and Y are numeric (non-Boolean)

R is the lowest common multiple of X and Y. Note that in this case, ⎕CT is an implicit argument.

Example

      15 1 2 7 ^ 35 1 4 0
105 1 4 0
 
      2 3 4 ∧ 0j1 1j2 2j3
0J2 3J6 8J12
 
      2j2 2j4 ∧ 5j5 4j4
10J10 ¯4J12