[moj-uh-loh] /ˈmɒdʒ əˌloʊ/

adverb, Mathematics.
with respect to a modulus:
6 is congruent to 11, modulo 5.
With respect to a specified modulus. Eighteen is congruent to 42 modulo 12 because both 18 and 42 leave 6 as remainder when divided by 12.

1. modular arithmetic.
2. modulo operator.


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