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MODULUS in XCOS

Hi,

Can someone help me with modulus Math function. In Simulink using Math Function --> Mod, one can calculate Modulus of two inputs. How to do the same in Xcos (Scilab). Please advise.

Thank you

Raghu


Scilab 20-03-19, 1:54 p.m. raghu7862
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In scilab, you can use the modulo or the pmodulo function. E.g.:

-->modulo(7,5)
 ans  =
    2.  
 
-->modulo([7,-7,1.2],5)
 ans  =
    2.  - 2.    1.2  
 
-->pmodulo([7,-7,1.2],5)
 ans  =
    2.    3.    1.2  

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