# (C programming Example for Beginners)

# C Program to Compute Quotient and Remainder

#### In this example, you will learn to find the quotient and remainder when an integer is divided by another integer.

## Program to Compute Quotient and Remainder

```
#include <stdio.h>
int main(){
int dividend, divisor, quotient, remainder;
printf("Enter dividend: ");
scanf("%d", ÷nd);
printf("Enter divisor: ");
scanf("%d", &divisor);
// Computes quotient
quotient = dividend / divisor;
// Computes remainder
remainder = dividend % divisor;
printf("Quotient = %dn", quotient);
printf("Remainder = %d", remainder);
return 0;
}
```

**Output**

Enter dividend: 25 Enter divisor: 4 Quotient = 6 Remainder = 1

In this program, the user is asked to enter two integers (dividend and divisor). They are stored in variables `dividend` and `divisor` respectively.

```
printf("Enter dividend: ");
scanf("%d", ÷nd);
printf("Enter divisor: ");
scanf("%d", &divisor);
```

Then the quotient is evaluated using `/`

(the division operator), and stored in `quotient`.

```
quotient = dividend / divisor;
```

Similarly, the remainder is evaluated using `%`

(the modulo operator) and stored in `remainder`.

```
remainder = dividend % divisor;
```

Finally, the quotient and remainder are displayed using `printf(`

`)`

.

`printf("Quotient = %dn", quotient);`

`printf("Remainder = %d", remainder);`

## C Program to Compute Quotient and Remainder

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