1.4 Expressions and Assignment Statements
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|The modulus operator (written as % in most programming languages) divides two numbers and returns the remainder.
|When two integers are divided, the decimal values are truncated, or chopped off.
|Order of Operations
|The order in which mathematical expressions should be evaluated. Starts with Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplications and Division, Addition and Subtraction.
|The fixed value being assigned to a variable. Often primitive data types.
|Exception that is thrown to warn programmers about arithmetic errors in their code.