# MOD

Use MOD when you need the modulus of an integer and a number.

The MOD function returns the modulus that remains after a number is divided by an integer.

- Syntax:
- MOD (single-number-expression, single-integer-expression)
- Meaning:
- MOD (dividend , divisor)
- Returns:
- A single integer

The result is the remainder (modulus)
after `dividend` is divided by `divisor`.
The result has the same sign as `divisor`.

The `dividend` is first divided by
the integer `divisor`, resulting in a quotient. The
modulus is calculated by multiplying the integer portion of the quotient
by `divisor` and then subtracting that product from `dividend`.

If `divisor` is 0, MOD returns "none".

## Examples

- MOD (3, 2) or MOD (-3, 2)
Returns 1

- MOD (3, -2) or MOD (-3, -2)
Returns -1

- MOD (-3, 2) or MOD (-3, -2)
Returns 1

- MOD (-3, -2) or MOD (-3, -2)
Returns -1