What's the syntax for mod in java
The syntax for mod in Java is the percent sign %. For example,
a % b returns the remainder of
a divided by
Here is an example of how you can use the mod operator in a Java program:
int a = 5; int b = 2; int c = a % b; // c will be 1
You can also use the mod operator with floating-point numbers. In this case, the result will also be a floating-point number.
double a = 5.5; double b = 2.0; double c = a % b; // c will be 1.5
Note that the mod operator has a lower precedence than arithmetic operators like
/. This means that expressions like
a + b % c will be evaluated as
a + (b % c) rather than
(a + b) % c.