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rem


Remainder after division.


Syntax


C = rem(A, B)

Input argument


A

a variable: dividend

B

a variable: divisor

Output argument


C

result of rem(A, B)

Description


C = rem(A, B) computes the remainder of A and B, i.e : A - fix(A ./ B) .* B.

This function manages also negative values.

mod(A, 0) = A , whereas rem(A, 0) = NaN.

mod(A, B) has the sign of B, while rem(A, B) has the sign of A.

mod and rem are equals if A and B have the same sign.

Example


rem (-1, 3)
mod(-1, 3)

See also


mod, floor.

History


Version Description
1.0.0 initial version

Author


Allan CORNET

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