What's wrong in this code ?

Hey all,

I've been trying to figure out for a whole evening what was wrong in the code I wrote to apply the extended euclidean algorithm on two coprime numbers in order to obtain the multiplicative inverse of modulo . This is what I get (this is delphi, longword is the basic unsigned 32-bit integer) :

Code:

`function ModularInverse(a, b: Longword): Longword;`

Var

X, Y, lastX, lastY, temp, quotient: Longword;

begin

X := 0;

Y := 1;

Lastx := 1;

Lasty := 0;

while b <> 0 do

begin

Quotient := A div B;

Temp := B;

B := A mod B;

A := Temp;

Temp := X;

X := Lastx - quotient * X;

Lastx := temp;

temp := y;

y := lasty - quotient * y;

lasty := temp;

end;

Result := X;

end;

But this code keeps failing on even basic inputs like the inverse of 15 modulo 19 ! The answer should be 14 but it just keeps answering either 4, either 10 or sometimes 19 or 0. What the hell is wrong with this ? This is really melting my brain down. I really feel like my computer can't add two numbers right ...

Thanks all :)