alqu
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Please add the possibility to reduce numbers to either the integer, or the digits after the decimal separator.

For example:

mu(int,2.8462) and mu(int,2.205) would both result in 2

mu(frac,2.8462) would result in 0.8462

mu(frac,2.8462,1) would result in 8.462

mu(frac, 2.8462,2) would result in 84.62

and so on

and the modulo operator would be great

mu(mod,12,5) would result in 2

the remainder of 12/5 is 2

Thank you in advance

frank
2
Hi! You can do int / mod by doing the following:

**$mi(floor, number)$** will write the closest LOWER integer of number, so both 2.8 and 2.2 will output 2
**$5 % 2$** will do the modulus, so in this case it will print 1

alqu
3
Good morning Mr. Monza,

thank you for replying that fast and surprisingly easy.

I have to admit, I just started using KWGT, before that, I used Zooper. But at some point it didn't update anymore.

**1.** But what about the '*frac*' function. Without subtracting the integer from the actual number.

**2. **By the way, how do I nest formulas like:

$tf(dp(2014y5M7d20h41mr$floor(tf(dp(2014y5M7d20h41m)D)/30)$M)D)$

**3. **Is there any list, naming all the operators and functions available in KWGT?

thank you in advance

kind regards