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Ruby Ruby Operators and Control Structures Logical Operators Operator Precedence

Where Does Modulus Fit Into the Order of Operations in Ruby & Confirming that Ruby Follows the Math Order of Operations

Jason's Operator Precedence video introduced very briefly at the end about how the modulus fits into the order of operations. I assume that Ruby follows PEMDAS (parenthesis are handled first, then exponents, then multiplication/division, and addition/subtraction last), but where does modulus fit into all of this? Is it considered the same as division?

1 Answer

Greg Kaleka
Greg Kaleka
39,018 Points

Hi nekilof,

Modulo is equal to * and / in Ruby and most (all?) other languages as well. Source.

Happy coding! :thumbsup:

-Greg

Thanks Greg!