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# 7%(5//2)=1 ??? how ???

5//2 =2 , right???

10/24/2016 6:19:05 AM

Manish27

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Yeah. That's absolutely right — 5//2=2 So we get what? 7%(5//2)==7%(2) Now the "%" symbol signifies the modulo function. Product=divisor*quotient + remainder. E.g; 7=2*3 + 1 5=2*2 + 1 What '//' operator does is compute the quotient which is three in the first example when seven is divided by 2. while the '%' operator computes the remainder which is one. Therefore, 7%2==1

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Yes that's right in Python 3.0 "/" is floating point division "//" is floor division Example 5/2 = 2.5 (floating point division) 5//2 = 2 (floor division or integer division) "℅" is modules division or remainder So 7℅(5//2) = 7℅2 = 1

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First you have to do what's inside the parenthesis () It give us 2 Then you have the modulo 7 % 2. The modulo give us the remaining number after the devide. So it's 1

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Ouais. C'est tout à fait vrai 5 // 2 = 2 Alors on a quoi? 7% (5 // 2) == 7% (2) Maintenant, le symbole "%" signifie la fonction modulo. Produit = diviseur * quotient + reste. Par exemple; 7 = 2 * 3 + 1          5 = 2 * 2 + 1 Ce que fait l'opérateur '//', c'est de calculer le quotient qui est "3" dans le premier exemple lorsque sept est divisé par 2. Tandis que l'opérateur '%' calcule le reste, qui est "1". Par conséquent, 7% 2 == 1 #2sportnews.com

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wow: 7 = 3 * 2 + 1 so, 7 % 2 = 1