Modulo

Overview

Modulo is a modular arithmetic Node, which divides one number (dividend) by a second number (divisor) and outputs the remainder of the Euclidean division operation.

This is the equivalent of the modulo (%) operation in computer science.

Dividend

Divisor

Quotient

Remainder

10

25

2

5

5.5

1.5

3

1

540

360

1

180

15

12

1

3

Attributes

Attribute

Type

Description

Data Type

Drop-down

The type of data that will be plugged into the Input Sockets.

Default Dividend

Defined in the Data Type Attribute.

The left side of the Euclidean division operation (the number to be divided) if no value is provided in the Dividend Socket.

Default Divisor

Defined in the Data Type Attribute.

The right side of the Euclidean division operation (the number to divide by) if no value is provided in the Divisor Socket.

Inputs

Input

Type

Description

Pulse Input (►)

Pulse

A standard input Pulse, to trigger the execution of the Node.

Dividend

Defined in the Data Type Attribute.

The left side of the Euclidean division operation (the number to be divided).

Divisor

Defined in the Data Type Attribute.

The right side of the Euclidean division operation (the number to divide by).

Outputs

Output

Type

Description

Pulse Output (►)

Pulse

A standard output Pulse, to move onto the next Node along the logic branch, once this Node has finished its execution.

Remainder

Defined in the Data Type Attribute.

The remainder of the Euclidean division operation.

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