# Find quotient and remainder by dividing an integer in JavaScript

In this article, we will find the quotient and remainder by dividing an integer in JavaScript. There are various methods to divide an integer number by another number and get its quotient and remainder.

Example 1: This example uses the Math.floor() function to calculate the divisor.

## Javascript

 `let a = 39;` `let b = 5;` `function` `Geeks() {` `    ``console.log(``"quotient = "` `+ Math.floor(a / b))` `    ``console.log(``"remainder = "` `+ a % b);` `}` `Geeks()`

Output

```quotient = 7
remainder = 4
```

Example 2: This example uses the binary ~~ operator to calculate the divisor.

## Javascript

 `let a = 39;` `let b = 5;` `function` `Geeks() {` `    ``let num = ~~(a / b);` `    ``console.log(``"quotient = "` `+ num)` `    ``console.log(``"remainder = "` `+ a % b);` `}` `Geeks()`

Output

```quotient = 7
remainder = 4
```

Example 3:This example uses the right shift >> operator to calculate the divisor.

## Javascript

 `let a = 39;` `let b = 5;` `function` `Geeks() {` `    ``let num = (a / b) >> 0;` `    ``console.log(``"quotient = "` `+ num)` `    ``console.log(``"remainder = "` `+ a % b);` `}` `Geeks()`

Output

```quotient = 7
remainder = 4
```

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