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# Change my thinking?

I had lots of trouble with the code challenge. After several Google searches I finally found the answer which made me revisit my logical thinking. I would have thought that coding should have been done as figuring out n in 1...100 would be an odd number I thought it would have been n !\ 2 && n \ 7 but it turns out to be n % 2 = 1 && n % 0. I know I haven't used the remainder operator but I never would have thought to use it in that way to figure out the coding challenge. Is it my way of logical thinking? Do I need to re-frame the way I think of solving problems to understand coding better?