synopsis: INT mod(OP a,b,c)


Computes a mod b, where a,b could be out of INTEGER or LONGINT. The result is always positive, 12 mod 5 = 2 -12 mod 5 = 3 12 mod -5 = 2 -12 mod -5 = 3 The variables a b c may be equal, c is freed first The routine also works if the first parameter is a MATRIX object and the second parameter is a INTEGER object, in this case the routine is applied to all entries of the matrix.


ERROR if b is 0


MONOPOLY and POLYNOM would be useful

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