## 1 Introduction

This document describes the arithmetic expressions are supported, all of which work on numeric types (Integer/Long and Decimal).

## 2 Multiplication

Multiplies two numbers.

### 2.1 Input parameters

Use the following input parameters:

- First number Type: Integer/Long, Decimal
- Second number Type: Integer/Long, Decimal

### 2.2 Output

If the two inputs are both of type Integer/Long, the result is of type Integer/Long.

If any of the two inputs is of type Decimal, the result is of type Decimal.

### 2.3 Example

If you type in the following input:

```
2*3
```

The output is:

```
6
```

## 3 Division

Divides two numbers. You can use either the `div`

or colon ( `:`

) syntax, as can be seen below in the examples. The colon ( `:`

) syntax is inspired by the divide symbol `รท`

. We cannot use the more conventional slash ( / ) syntax because that would conflict with the slash is used for separating objects and members.

### 3.1 Input Parameters

Use the following input parameters:

- First number Type: Integer/Long, Decimal
- Second number Type: Integer/Long, Decimal

### 3.2 Output

If any of the two inputs is of type Decimal, the result is of type Decimal.

### 3.3 Example

Find the example of usages below:

- The
`div`

syntax example: if you type in the following input:

```
3 div 5
```

The output is:

```
0.6
```

`:`

syntax example: if you type in the following input:

```
12 : 3
```

The output is:

```
4.0
```

### 3.3 Remarks

The result of a division is only an approximation if it has an infinite decimal expansion. The two examples below illustrate this approximation:

If you type in the following input:

`3 : 7`

the output is:

`0.4285714285714285714285714285714286`

If you continue a calculation with the results of a division, the results might be unexpected. The following input:

`(3 : 7) * 7`

results in the output below:

`3.0000000000000000000000000000000002`

If you type in the following input:

`ceil((3 : 7) * 7)`

the output is:

`4`

Therefore, it is recommended to do division operations last.

## 4 Modulo

Calculates the remainder of the division of one number by another. In other words, `m`

modulo `n`

corresponds to: `m = p + k*n`

, where `p`

is the result of the operation `m`

modulo `n`

.

### 4.1 Input Parameters

Use the following input parameters:

- First number Type: Integer/Long, Decimal
- Second number Type: Integer/Long, Decimal

### 4.2 Output

If the two inputs are both of type Integer/Long, the result is of type Integer/Long.

If any of the two inputs is of type Decimal, the result is of type Decimal.

### 4.3 Example

If you type in the following input:

```
23 mod 5
```

the output is:

```
3
```

## 5 Addition

Adds two numbers.

For more information, see String function calls.

### 5.1 Input Parameters

Use the following input parameters:

- First number Type: Integer/Long, Decimal
- Second number Type: Integer/Long, Decimal

### 5.2 Output

If the two inputs are both of type Integer/Long, the result is of type Integer/Long.

If any of the two inputs is of type Decimal, the result is of type Decimal.

### 5.3 Example

If you type in the following input:

```
-3 + 4
```

the output is:

```
1
```

## 6 Subtraction

Subtracts the second input from the first.

### 6.1 Input Parameters

Use the following input parameters:

- First number Type: Integer/Long, Decimal
- Second number Type: Integer/Long, Decimal

### 6.2 Output

If the two inputs are both of type Integer/Long, the result is of type Integer/Long.

If any of the two inputs is of type Decimal, the result is of type Decimal.

### 6.3 Example

If you type in the following input:

```
5 - 4
```

the output is:

```
1
```