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Is there a MOD function for SqlServer's T-SQL?

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Hi,

     I know Oracle uses a MOD function like Basic's to determine the remainder after a division.  So 20 MOD 9 = 2 (9 goes into 20 twice for a total of 18, 20 - 18 = 2).  I need to determine a remainer in a T-SQL function I'm writing for Sql Server.  But there doesn't seem to be a MOD operator, or maybe it's a certain character or another name for it - I haven't found it yet though.  Does anyone know of one?

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Yes, it's the % sign

e.g.
SELECT 20 % 9
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set @a=10%3
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