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.

 Quotient 

10  25  2  5 
5.5  1.5  3  1 
540  360  1  180 
15  12  1  3 
Attribute  Type  Description 
 Dropdown  The type of data that will be plugged into the 
 Defined in the  The left side of the Euclidean division operation (the number to be divided) if no value is provided in the 
 Defined in the  The right side of the Euclidean division operation (the number to divide by) if no value is provided in the 
Input  Type  Description 
Pulse Input (►)  Pulse  A standard input Pulse, to trigger the execution of the Node. 
 Defined in the  The left side of the Euclidean division operation (the number to be divided). 
 Defined in the  The right side of the Euclidean division operation (the number to divide by). 
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. 
 Defined in the  The remainder of the Euclidean division operation. 
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