Ruby | Numeric modulo() function

The modulo() is an inbuilt method in Ruby returns the modular value when two numbers are divided. It returns the value of a modulo b.

Syntax: a.modulo(b)

Parameters: The function needs two number whose modulus on division is returned.



Return Value: It returns the modulus when two numbers are divided.

Example 1:

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# Ruby program for % method in Matrix
  
# Initialize two numbers 
a = 19 
b = 4 
  
# Prints a % b
puts  a.modulo(b) 

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Output:

3

Example 2:

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# Ruby program for modulo() method in Matrix
  
# Initialize two numbers 
a = 13
b = 2
  
# Prints a % b
puts  a.modulo(b) 

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Output:

1


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