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how do u find modulos in delphi?

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what is the delphi equivalent of the C command x=y%z?
here x contains teh remainder of y divided by z
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Use the MOD operator. Example:

X := Y mod z;

All operands must be of an integer type (Integer, Smallint, byte, word, dword, cardinal, longint, etc).

Yours,

Alex
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