"""Abstraction of integral numeric types. That is, types with no fractional part, including [[Integer]]. The division operation for integral numeric types results in a remainder. Therefore, integral numeric types have [[an operation|remainder]], denoted by the _remainder_ operator `%`, to determine the remainder of any division operation. if (n%2==0) { print("Even!"); } Division and the remainder operation should satisfy: - `x == (x/y)*y + x%y` for any instance `y` other than `0`. All `Integral` numeric types are also [[Enumerable]], so ranges of integral values may be produced using the [[measure]] and [[span]] operators. // Iterate from 0 to 100 inclusive for (i in 0..100) { print("The square of ``i`` is ``i^2``"); } // Iterate all indices of the array, // from 0 to array.size-1 for (i in 0:array.size) { print(array[i]); }""" see (`class Integer`) by ("Gavin") tagged("Numbers") shared interface Integral<Other> of Other satisfies Number<Other> & Enumerable<Other> given Other satisfies Integral<Other> { "The remainder, after dividing this number by the given number." see (`function Numeric.divided`, `function modulo`) shared formal Other remainder(Other other); "The modulo, after dividing this number by the given number. This differs from [[remainder]] in that the result is always positive." see (`function Numeric.divided`, `function remainder`) throws (`class AssertionError`, "If the modulus is not strictly positive") shared default Other modulo(Other modulus){ if (!modulus.positive) { throw AssertionError("modulus must be positive: ``modulus``"); } value result = remainder(modulus); if (result.negative){ return result + modulus; } return result; } "Determine if the number is the additive identity." shared formal Boolean zero; "Determine if the number is the multiplicative identity." shared formal Boolean unit; "Determine if this number is a factor of the given number." shared default Boolean divides(Other other) => (other % (this of Other)).zero; }