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MODS

Description

The MODS function creates a dynamic array of the remainder after the integer division of corresponding elements of two dynamic arrays. It takes the general form: 

MODS(array1, array2)

The MODS() function calculates each element according to the following formula:

XY.element = X ?? (INT (X / Y) * Y)

X is an element of array1 and Y is the corresponding element of array2. The resulting element is returned in the corresponding element of a new dynamic array. If an element of one dynamic array has no corresponding element in the other dynamic array, 0 is returned. If an element of array2 is 0, 0 is returned. If either of a corresponding pair of elements is null, null is returned for that element.

An example of use is as: 

A=3:@VM:7
B=2:@SM:7:@VM:4
PRINT MODS(A,B)

to display an array containing :  1 ,0 , 3.


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