Python Program to print remainder and quotient

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Python Program to print remainder and quotient

Write a python program with a single user-defined function called Solve that returns remainder and quotient on the division of two numbers accepted from the user. Print remainder and quotient separately on the console.

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Steps to print remainder and quotient

1. First define a method called Solve, which accepts two parameters. The Solve method calculates remainder and quotient. Finally, return the remainder and quotient.

2. Use try and except to check whether the user has entered integer numbers or not. If the user has entered anything other than an integer, statements in the except block will be executed.

3. In try block two numbers are read using input statement and converted into integers. They will be stored into x and y.

4. Next, a user-defined method named Solve method is called.

5. Finally, the remainder and quotient are displayed using a print statement.

Source code of Python Program to print remainder and quotient

def Solve(x, y):
    r = x % y
    q = x//y
    return (r, q)
    x = int (input("Enter the first number:"))
    y = int (input("Enter the second number:"))
    r, q = Solve(x, y)
    print ("The remainder is ", r)
    print ("The quotient is ", q)
    print ("Enter numeric value")


Case 1:

Enter the first number: 20

Enter the second number: 3

The remainder is 2

The quotient is 6

Case 2:

Enter the first number: 20

Enter the second number: VTU

ValueError: invalid literal for int() with base 10: ‘VTU’


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