Aspect ratio of a resolution

aspectRatio () { for i in `seq 1 1000 `; do awk "BEGIN {print $1/$i, $2/$i}"; done |grep -v "\."; }
EG: aspectRatio 1920 1200 For display a image in full screen it should be in any of the resolution obtained from the output. So resize an image to any of it and you can display it in full screen For general aspect ratio : aspectRatio () { for i in `seq 1 1000 `; do awk "BEGIN {print $1/$i, $2/$i}"; done |grep -v "\." |tail -1; }
Sample Output
1920 1200
960 600
640 400
480 300
384 240
320 200
240 150
192 120
160 100
128 80
120 75
96 60
80 50
64 40
48 30
40 25
32 20
24 15
16 10
8 5

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By: totti
2012-03-07 06:22:25

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