Performs integer division, returning quotient and remainder #include <inttypes.h> imaxdiv_t imaxdiv ( intmax_t dividend , intmax_t divisor ); The imaxdiv( ) function is the same as either ldiv( ) or lldiv( ), depending on how many bits wide the system's largest integer type is. Accordingly, the structure type of the return value, imaxdiv_t, is the same as either ldiv_t or lldiv_t. Exampleintmax_t people = 110284, apples = 9043291; imaxdiv_t share; if ( people == 0 ) // Avoid dividing by zero. printf( "There's no one here to take the apples.\n" ), return -1; else share = imaxdiv( apples, people ); printf( "If there are %ji of us and %ji apples,\n" "each of us gets %ji, with %ji left over.\n", people, apples, share.quot, share.rem ); This example prints the following output: If there are 110284 of us and 9091817 apples, each of us gets 82, with 3 left over. See AlsoThe description under div( ) in this chapter; the floating point functions remainder( ) and remquo( ) |