if you do `14/6 those two numbers are int hence you have the final answer will automatically be`

int. int(Integer) are whole numbers which mean they are not decimals`(i.e. 45 -> integer but 45.3 -> not Integer)`

The modulo operator operates on the bases of `how many of this can i get in the other what is the remainder`

```
e.g 33 %12 is basically the same as saying how may whole 12's can I find in 33 , what would be the reminder
Therefore 33%12 --> 2( ie 24 of the 33) remainder 9(we are left with 9 of the 33)
Since the modulo operator is only interested in the remainder the answer will be 9
```

Now using the analogy you provided

```
23 % 10 again is saying how many whole 10's can i get in 23 and what would be the remainder after that
Therefore 23 %10 --> 2(i.e. 20 of the 23) remainder 3(we are left with 3 of the 23)
Hence the answer will be the remainder which is 3
```

Hope this helped clarify the modulo operator for you