In this **python tutorial**, you will learn **how to compute the quotient and the reminder** using the input function, format function, print function, the double division and modulus operator of the python programming language.

## How to Compute the Quotient and Reminder in Python?

Letâ€™s take a look at the first source code , here the values are assigned in the code, the double division and modulus operator carry out the function.

RUN CODE SNIPPET# Python program to compute the quotient and the reminder def find(n, m): # for quotient q = n//m print("The quotient is:", q) # for remainder r = n%m print("The remainder is:", r) # Driver Code find(14, 5) find(69, 9)

**OUTPUT:**

The quotient is: 2 The remainder is: 4 The quotient is: 7 The remainder is: 6

- At the start, we use
`def find(n, m)`

where the`def`

keyword is used to define a function and the`find`

function is used to find the first occurrence of the specified value. - Declare the formula to compute the quotient as
`q = n//m`

, where the double division operator is used to compute and return the quotient. The value is displayed with the statement`("The quotient is:", q)`

using the`print`

function which followed by a comma and the declared variable`q`

. - Similarly, declare the formula to compute the reminder as
`r = n%m`

, where the modulus operator is used to compute and return the reminder. The value is displayed with the statement`("The reminder is:", r)`

using the`print`

function which followed by a comma and the declared variable`r`

. - The input values
`(n, m)`

are entered in the code within the`find`

function.

Letâ€™s take a look at the second source code , here the values are assigned in the code and we use the divmod function to compute the quotient and reminder.

RUN CODE SNIPPET# Python program to find the quotient and remainder using divmod() q, r = divmod(14, 5) print("Quotient: ", q) print("Remainder: ", r) q, r = divmod(69, 9) print("Quotient: ", q) print("Remainder: ", r)

**OUTPUT:**

Quotient: 2 Remainder: 4 Quotient: 7 Remainder: 6

- At the start, we declare the variables
`q, r`

with the function`divmod`

along with the input values`(14, 5)`

. We display the statements with the`print`

function followed by the declared variables`q`

Â and`r`

. - Similarly in the second part of the code, the same steps are followed with different input valuesÂ
`(69, 9)`

with the statements displayed with the`print`

function. - The
`divmod()`

function takes two numbers and returns a pair of numbers consisting of their quotient and remainder. To explain with an example â€“ The`divmod()`

function takes two parameters x and y, where x is treated as numerator and y is treated as the denominator. The function calculates both**x / y**and**x % y**Â and returns both the values.

Letâ€™s take a look at the third source code , here the values are given as input by the user in the code, the double division and modulus operator carries out the function.

RUN CODE SNIPPET#Program to compute the quotient and the reminder n =int(input("Enter the dividend: ")) d =int(input("\nEnter the divisor: ")) #To compute the quotient and reminder quotient=n // d; remainder=n % d; #To display the values print("\nQuotient is: ",quotient) print("remainder is: ",remainder)

**INPUT:**

50 3

**OUTPUT:**

Enter the dividend: Enter the divisor: Quotient is: 16 remainder is: 2

- Here we give the user the option to enter the values and the input values are scanned using the
`input`

Â function which is Â declared with the variable the variables`n`

and`d`

for the dividend and the divisor. - Â We use
`int()`

function before the input function which converts the specified value into an integer number. - In theÂ
**STDIN**Â section of the code editor the input values are entered. - We declare the operators
`//`

and`%`

with the variables`n`

and`d`

which computes the quotient and the reminder of the input values. The values are saved in the variables`Quotient`

and`Reminder`

- Then we display the output value using the
`print`

function along with the statement/string followed by the declared value,`Quotient`

and`Reminder`

.

**NOTE:**

- The
**double division**operator (//) is used to compute the quotient and the**modulus**operator (%) is used to compute the reminder. - The
**int()**function is used to convert the specified value into an integer number and evaluates the input and accordingly appropriate data type is returned. - The
**divmod()**method in pythonÂ takes two numbers and returns a pair of numbers consisting of their quotient and remainder. - The
**print**statement/string to be displayed in enclosed in double quotes. - The statement for the input function are enclosed in
**single quotes**and**parenthesis.** - The
**\n**in the code indicates a new line or the end of a statement line or a string.