Difference between revisions of "MOD"

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MOD returns 0 if a number is evenly divisible by Integer division (\).
 
MOD returns 0 if a number is evenly divisible by Integer division (\).
 
 
MOD returns 0 if the numerator is 0. The divisor should never be 0!
 
MOD returns 0 if the numerator is 0. The divisor should never be 0!
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Otherwise it returns only the remainder as an Integer.
  
 
''Example:'' a% = 100 MOD 9: b% = 100 \ 9
 
''Example:'' a% = 100 MOD 9: b% = 100 \ 9
  
''Result:'' a% = 1: b% = 11
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''Results:'' a% = 1: b% = 11

Revision as of 05:26, 28 August 2009

MOD is mathmatical Integer remainder division. Also called Modulus, it can work with integer division when a remainder is necessary.

Syntax: Numerator MOD Divisor

MOD returns 0 if a number is evenly divisible by Integer division (\). MOD returns 0 if the numerator is 0. The divisor should never be 0! Otherwise it returns only the remainder as an Integer.

Example: a% = 100 MOD 9: b% = 100 \ 9

Results: a% = 1: b% = 11