Thread: Returning the Residual

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    Returning the Residual

    Hi there,

    I would like to know whether C++ has an equivalent function to Fortran's intrinsic MOD(A, P), i.e. a function that returns the remainder of a division. I realise that such a function is easy to code, but wondered if such a function already exists.


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    The modulo operator (%) works on integral types. You can also find a function called fmod in the <cmath> header for use with floating-point types.
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