VB.NET

Console

Module Module1
Sub Main()
*' Compute some modulo expressions with Mod.*
Console.WriteLine(5 **Mod** 3)
Console.WriteLine(1000 **Mod** 90)
Console.WriteLine(100 **Mod** 90)
Console.WriteLine(81 **Mod** 80)
Console.WriteLine(1 **Mod** 1)
End Sub
End Module2
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Module Module1
Sub Main()
*' Loop through integers.*
For i As Integer = 0 To 200 - 1
*' Test i with Mod 10.*
If i **Mod** 10 = 0 Then
Console.WriteLine(i)
End If
Next
End Sub
End Module0
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Module Module1
Function **IsOdd**(ByVal number As Integer) As Boolean
*' Handle negative numbers by returning the opposite of IsEven.*
Return IsEven(number) = False
End Function
Function **IsEven**(ByVal number As Integer) As Boolean
*' Handles all numbers because it tests for 0 remainder.*
*' ... This works for negative and positive numbers.*
Return number Mod 2 = 0
End Function
Sub Main()
For i = *-10* To *10*
Console.WriteLine(i.ToString() + *" EVEN = "* + IsEven(i).ToString())
Console.WriteLine(i.ToString() + *" ODD = "* + IsOdd(i).ToString())
Next
End Sub
End Module-10 EVEN = True
-10 ODD = False
-9 EVEN = False
-9 ODD = True
-8 EVEN = True
-8 ODD = False
-7 EVEN = False
-7 ODD = True
-6 EVEN = True
-6 ODD = False
-5 EVEN = False
-5 ODD = True
-4 EVEN = True
-4 ODD = False
-3 EVEN = False
-3 ODD = True
-2 EVEN = True
-2 ODD = False
-1 EVEN = False
-1 ODD = True
0 EVEN = True
0 ODD = False
1 EVEN = False
1 ODD = True
2 EVEN = True
2 ODD = False
3 EVEN = False
3 ODD = True
4 EVEN = True
4 ODD = False
5 EVEN = False
5 ODD = True
6 EVEN = True
6 ODD = False
7 EVEN = False
7 ODD = True
8 EVEN = True
8 ODD = False
9 EVEN = False
9 ODD = True
10 EVEN = True
10 ODD = False

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This page was last updated on Mar 21, 2022 (simplify).