Returns the remainder of dividing x by n.

`mod(x,n)`

Name | Description |
---|---|

x | represent a number input |

n | divisor part of the expression |

The modulus function returns the remainder of a division operation. The function has many applications in computer science and cycle-related problems. For example, given the input `mod(5,3)`

the remainder of dividing `5`

by `3`

is `2`

, which is the output of the function.

The examples shown below use the divisor of `3`

.