You are given two positive integers **A** and **B**. An equation is given, `Z = P*A + Q*B`

.

Where **P** and **Q** can be any integers, while **A** and **B** are the given integers.

If you replace **P** and **Q** with appropriate values, find the minimum positive value that **Z** can achieve through the equation.

**Note:** Your solution will run on multiple test cases so do clear global variables after using them.

**Input:**

```
A: Integer
B: Integer
```

**Output:**

```
Minimum positive value of Z
```

**Constraints:**

```
1 <= A, B <= 10^9
Z has to be the minimum positive value
P, Q can be any integers (positive, negative, or zero)
```

**Example:**

**Input**

```
A: 2
B: 3
```

**Output**

```
1
Z = P*A + Q*B,
Z = P*2 + Q*3,
Let P = 2, and Q = -1, we get
Z = 2*2 + -1*3
Z = 4 - 3
Z = 1
Hence minimum positive value of Z is 1.
```

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