Is there any differences between Math.IEEERemainder(x,y) and x%y ?
.net – Is Math.IEEERemainder(x,y) equivalent to x%y
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No, they are not equivalent. MSDN shows the different formulas used for modulo and for IEEERemainder and has a short sample program exhibiting the differences:
Some examples where they have different/identical output (taken from MSDN):
See also this good answer by sixlettervariables on a similar question.