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What does data [5*i%6] equal?  When i equals 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and so on...

I'm somewhat confused on how the % works.
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% is the modulus operator..

or simply
(5 times i) divided by 6 has a remained of what?

5 % 2 is 1

Daniel
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#include <iostream>
int main (void) {
  for(int i=1;i<12;i++)
    std::cout << "5 * " << i << " % 6 = " << (5*i%6) << std::endl;
  return 0;
}

5 * 1 % 6 = 5
5 * 2 % 6 = 4
5 * 3 % 6 = 3
5 * 4 % 6 = 2
5 * 5 % 6 = 1
5 * 6 % 6 = 0
5 * 7 % 6 = 5
5 * 8 % 6 = 4
5 * 9 % 6 = 3
5 * 10 % 6 = 2
5 * 11 % 6 = 1

Daniel
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I'm confused...so (5 x 1)/6   ? = 1 ???  
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Nevermind...I see it...it's 6/(5x1)
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Thank you!
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Actually I didn't calculate that right...can you explain that again?  how does work?
5 * 1 % 6 = 5
5 * 2 % 6 = 4
5 * 3 % 6 = 3
5 * 4 % 6 = 2
5 * 5 % 6 = 1
5 * 6 % 6 = 0
5 * 7 % 6 = 5
5 * 8 % 6 = 4
5 * 9 % 6 = 3
5 * 10 % 6 = 2
5 * 11 % 6 = 1
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In the above posted results:

5 * 1 % 6 = 5  // in this case there was not a Proper Divisor, since 6 divided into 5, 0 times with 5 remainder
5 * 2 % 6 = 4
5 * 3 % 6 = 3
5 * 4 % 6 = 2
5 * 5 % 6 = 1  // in this case there was not a Proper Divisor, since 6 divided into 25, 4 times with 1 remainder
5 * 6 % 6 = 0  // in this case there was a Proper Divisor, since 6 divided into 30 exactly 5 times with no remainder (0).
5 * 7 % 6 = 5  // in this case there was not a Proper Divisor, since 6 divided into 35, 5 times with 5 remainder
5 * 8 % 6 = 4
5 * 9 % 6 = 3
5 * 10 % 6 = 2
5 * 11 % 6 = 1

(5 * 11) = 55
55 / 6 = 9.1666666666667
but since these are integers and not floats the quotiant would be 9.
(5 * 11) - ( 9 * 6) = 1 remaining, the result of the Modulus  operator.

The code that you have ensures that you can never attempt to reference an array element that is not 0,1,2,3,4 or 5.

Daniel
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Thanks again!
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