Php uses the % symbol to take the remainder, that is, the modulo operation. The remainder is used. Note that the remainder function PHP is used to take the remainder function PHP and the remainder MOD (x, y) x % y

MOD

For example, 9/3, 9 is the divisor, and 3 is the divisor. mod function is a remainder function in the format:

Mod (nExp1, nExp2) is the remainder of two numeric expressions after division. So: the remainder of the two same-number integers is exactly the same as the remainder of the two positive integers you know (that is, the two negative integers are the same as the algorithms of the two positive integers ).

**I. calculate the remainder of two different integers**

1. function value symbol law (symbol of the remainder)

Mod (negative, positive) = positive

Mod (positive, negative) = negative

Conclusion: when two integers are used to evaluate the remainder, the value symbol is the divisor symbol.

2. value rules

Consider two integers as positive numbers before division.

① When division is possible, its value is 0

② When division is not allowed, its value = divisor × (whole quotient + 1)-divisor

For example, mod (9,-8) =-7

That is, 9 is divided by the integer quotient of 8 as 1, and 1 is followed by 2. the product of 9 and divisor is 18, and the difference between 9 and divisor is 7. the divisor is used. So the value is-7.

**2. perform the remainder operation with two decimal places**

Value Rule: After the divisor x divisor, the number is rounded to the first decimal place.

For example, mod (9, 1.2) = 1

That is: 9 except 1.2, the total quotient is 7; 7 and the product of the divisor is 1.2; 8.4 is 8 after rounding; the difference between 9 and 8 is 1. The result is 1.

For example, mod (9, 2.4) = 0

That is: 9 In addition to 2.2, the whole quotient is 4; 4 and the division number is 2.2; 8.8 is 9 after rounding; the difference between 9 and 9 is 0. Therefore, the result is 0.

OK. I wonder if this meets your needs?

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__ __The code is as follows:

Echo 15% 4;

// The result is 3.

**Let's talk about the point in the remainder operation (%) of php.**

Today I saw Baidu know in this example: http://zhidao.baidu.com/question/41130500.html, just want to study the remaining php!

__ __The code is as follows:

$ Val = 9.45;

$ Result = $ val * 100;

Echo $ result % 100; // 44

?>

The questioner wondered why the output above was recorded as 44 rather than the expected 45. if you do this:

Echo 945% 100 // 45

The result should be 45, because php performs the remainder operation on the variables by default.

About php floating point number, laruence blog: http://www.laruence.com/2013/03/26/2884.html

Then let's look at the following php code:

__ __The code is as follows:

/*

* Name: mckee

* Blog: http://www.phpddt.com

*/

$ Val = 9.45;

$ Result = $ val * 100;

Echo intval ($ result); // output 944

Echo $ result % 100; // output 44

Echo fmod (floatval ($ result), 100); // output 45

?>

For a large integer, php will overflow and may return a negative number (this is because php uses an integer to take the remainder by default, so you need to convert it to the float type (as shown above )) you can do this:

__ __The code is as follows:

Function Kmod ($ bn, $ sn)

{

Return intval (fmod (floatval ($ bn), $ sn ));

}