In this article, we will write a **Java program to find Quotient and Remainder**, when one number is divided by another number.

## Example: Program to find Quotient and Remainder

In the following program we have two integer numbers `num1`

and `num2`

and we are finding the quotient and remainder when num1 is divided by num2, so we can say that num1 is the **dividend** here and num2 is the **divisor**.

public class JavaExample { public static void main(String[] args) { int num1 = 15, num2 = 2; int quotient = num1 / num2; int remainder = num1 % num2; System.out.println("Quotient is: " + quotient); System.out.println("Remainder is: " + remainder); } }

**Output:**

To **compute the quotient and remainder** we have created two variables with the name quotient and remainder respectively.

To find the **quotient** we divide the num1 by num2 using `/`

operator. Since both the variables num1 & num2 are integers, the result will be integer despite the fact that the result of 15/2 is 7.5 mathematically. So the value assigned to the variable `quotient`

after the operation is 7.

To find the **remainder**, we use the % operator. The remainder of 15/2 i.e 1 is assigned to the variable `remainder`

after operation.

At the end of the program the values of variables `quotient`

and `remainder`

are printed.

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