In this program, You will learn how to find quotient and remainder in R.

R Example: How to find quotient and remainder in R

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{ x <- readline(prompt = "Enter first number :") y <- readline(prompt = "Enter second number :") x <- as.integer(x) y <- as.integer(y) q = as.integer(x / y) q1 = x %/% y q2 = x / y r = x %% y print(paste("Quotient with integer typecast :", q)) print(paste("Quotient with integer division operator:", q1)) print(paste("Quotient is :", q2)) print(paste("Remainder is :", r)) } |

The code first reads in values for `x`

and `y`

from the user and stores them as strings. It then converts `x`

and `y`

to integers using the `as.integer`

function.

Next, the code performs four different operations on `x`

and `y`

: integer division, integer division using the `%/%`

operator, regular division, and modulo using the `%%`

operator. It stores the results of these operations in variables `q`

, `q1`

, `q2`

, and `r`

, respectively.

Finally, the code prints the results of these operations to the console.

`q`

is the result of integer division using typecasting. This means that the result of the division is converted to an integer by removing the fractional part. For example,`7/3`

would be converted to 2.`q1`

is the result of integer division using the`%/%`

operator. This operator performs integer division and returns the integer part of the division, discarding the remainder. For example,`7 %/% 3`

would return 2.`q2`

is the result of regular division using the`/`

operator. This operator performs division and returns the result as a floating point number. For example,`7 / 3`

would return 2.3333333.`r`

is the result of the modulo operation using the`%%`

operator. This operator returns the remainder of the division. For example,`7 %% 3`

would return 1.

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Enter first number :5 Enter second number :3 [1] "Quotient with integer typecast : 1" [1] "Quotient with integer division operator: 1" [1] "Quotient is : 1.66666666666667" [1] "Remainder is : 2" |