Modulus operator for integers
Getting the remainder of an integer division using the modulus operator.
- Learning to use the % or modulus operator.
using namespace std;
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int a=22,b=7; //Two test variables initialised
Simple integer division with a as 22 and b as 7 should yield 3 as fractional portion would be removed in integer division.
Modulus operator % will yield the remainder. from 22/7 we will get a remainder of 1. % operator simply gives the remainder.
- % operator doesn’t work on fractions. For that one can use the build library function fmod.
Suggested Filename(s): mod.cpp
sunmitra| Created: 24-Feb-2018 | Updated: 15-May-2018|