# operator % abstract method

- num other

override

Euclidean modulo of this number by `other`

.

Returns the remainder of the Euclidean division.
The Euclidean division of two integers `a`

and `b`

yields two integers `q`

and `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, `q`

is still an integer,
but `r`

may have a non-integer value that still satisfies `0 <= r < |b|`

.

The sign of the returned value `r`

is always positive.

See remainder for the remainder of the truncating division.

The result is an int, as described by int.%,
if both this number and `other`

are integers,
otherwise the result is a double.

Example:

```
print(5 % 3); // 2
print(-5 % 3); // 1
print(5 % -3); // 2
print(-5 % -3); // 1
```

## Implementation

`double operator %(num other);`