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Ruby | BigDecimal remainder() function

  • Last Updated : 05 Dec, 2019

BigDecimal#remainder() : remainder() is a BigDecimal class method which divides the two BigDecimal values and returns the remainder value.

Syntax: BigDecimal.remainder()

Parameter: BigDecimal values

Return: divides the two BigDecimal values and returns the remainder value.

Example #1 :






# Ruby code for BigDecimal.remainder() method
  
# loading library
require 'bigdecimal'
  
# declaring bigdecimal
a = 42.1**13
  
# declaring bigdecimal
b = -BigDecimal("10")
  
# declaring bigdecimal
c = -(22 ** 7.1) * 10
  
# a
puts "BigDecimal a remainder b : #{a.remainder(b)}\n\n"
  
# b
puts "BigDecimal b remainder c : #{b.remainder(c)}\n\n"
  
# c
puts "BigDecimal a remainder c : #{c.remainder(a)}\n\n"

Output :

BigDecimal a remainder b : 0.0

BigDecimal b remainder c : -0.1E2

BigDecimal a remainder c : -33978318848.0

Example #2 :




# Ruby code for BigDecimal.remainder() method
  
# loading library
require 'bigdecimal'
  
# declaring bigdecimal
a = 12**12 - 27
  
# declaring bigdecimal
b = BigDecimal('10')-(22 ** 7.1) ** 10
  
# declaring bigdecimal
c = BigDecimal('-3')
  
# a
puts "BigDecimal a remainder b : #{a.remainder(b)}\n\n"
  
# b
puts "BigDecimal b remainder c : #{b.remainder(c)}\n\n"
  
# c
puts "BigDecimal a remainder c : #{c.remainder(a)}\n\n"

Output :

BigDecimal a remainder b : 0.8916100448229E13

BigDecimal b remainder c : -0.2E1

BigDecimal a remainder c : -0.3E1




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