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MOD(3F)								       MOD(3F)

NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

     mod, imod,	jmod, amod, dmod, qmod - FORTRAN remaindering intrinsic

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]

     integer i,	j, k
     integer*2 ii1, ii2, ii3
     integer*4 ji1, ji2, ji3
     real r1, r2, r3
     double precision dp1, dp2,	dp3
     real*16 qp1, qp2, qp3

     k = mod(i,	j)

     ii3 = imod(ii1, ii2)
     ii3 = mod(ii1, ii2)

     ji3 = jmod(ji1, ji2)
     ji3 = mod(ji1, ji2)

     r3	= amod(r1, r2)
     r3	= mod(r1, r2)

     dp3 = dmod(dp1, dp2)
     dp3 = mod(dp1, dp2)

     qp3 = qmod(qp1, qp2)
     qp3 = mod(qp1, qp2)

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

     mod returns the integer remainder of its first argument divided by	its
     second argument.  imod returns the	integer*2 remainder of its two
     integer*2 arguments.  jmod	returns	the integer*4 remainder	of its two
     integer*4 arguments.  amod, dmod, and qmod	return,	respectively, the
     real, double-precision, and real*16 whole number remainder	of the integer
     division of their two arguments.  The generic version mod will return the
     data type of its arguments.  The result of	these intrinsics is undefined
     when the value of the second argument is zero.

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