Euclidean modulo operator.
Returns the remainder of the Euclidean division. The Euclidean division of two integers
b yields two integers
r such that
a == b * q + r and
0 <= r < b.abs().
The Euclidean division is only defined for integers, but can be easily extended to work with doubles. In that case
r may have a non-integer value, but it still verifies
0 <= r < |b|.
The sign of the returned value
r is always positive.
See remainder for the remainder of the truncating division.
double operator %(num other);
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