- Is there any way of finding a digit remainder?

Example: 8/7 has remainder of 1.

^$Calc(8/7;2)$ will only give me the decimal equivalent.

Thanks,

Roy

[Non-text portions of this message have been removed] - Roy Herring wrote:
> Is there any way of finding a digit remainder?

Roy,

> Example: 8/7 has remainder of 1.

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> ^$Calc(8/7;2)$ will only give me the decimal equivalent.

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> Thanks,

> Roy

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Try, in a clip.

^!Info [L]Remainder = ^$Calc(8 mod 7)$

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hrs > hsavage@...

Sigline Test File #10 for Mozilla Mail! 04-11-10 - Thank you, hsavage and Lotta. Exactly what I needed.

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From: "hsavage" <hsavage@...>

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Sent: Wednesday, November 10, 2004 4:00 PM

Subject: Re: [Clip] Digit Remainder

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> Roy Herring wrote:

> > Is there any way of finding a digit remainder?

> > Example: 8/7 has remainder of 1.

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> > ^$Calc(8/7;2)$ will only give me the decimal equivalent.

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> > Thanks,

> > Roy

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> Roy,

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> Try, in a clip.

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> ^!Info [L]Remainder = ^$Calc(8 mod 7)$

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> hrs > hsavage@...

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> Sigline Test File #10 for Mozilla Mail! 04-11-10

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