## Use remainder method to find the remainder in dart:

To find the *remainder* after one number divides another. It is called *remainder()* and defined in *Number* class. In this post, I will show you how to use *remainder* function with an example.

### Definition of remainder:

*remainder()* function is defined as below:

`Number.remainder(num)`

*num* is the *divisor*.

### Return value:

This method returns the *remainder* of a divisor.

### Example program:

Below is the complete *dart* program:

```
import 'dart:io';
void main() {
print("Enter the first number : ");
int first = int.parse(stdin.readLineSync());
print("Enter the second number : ");
int second = int.parse(stdin.readLineSync());
print("Remainder of $first/$second ${first.remainder(second)}");
}
```

### Sample Output:

It will give outputs as like below:

```
Enter the first number :
4
Enter the second number :
5
Remainder of 4/5 4
Enter the first number :
10
Enter the second number :
2
Remainder of 10/2 0
```

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