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463 | C<ecb_mod> implements the mathematical modulo operation, which is missing | 463 | C<ecb_mod> implements the mathematical modulo operation, which is missing |

464 | in the language. | 464 | in the language. |

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466 | C<n> must be strictly positive (i.e. C<< >= 1 >>), while C<m> must be | 466 | C<n> must be strictly positive (i.e. C<< >= 1 >>), while C<m> must be |

467 | negatable, that is, both C<m> and C<-m> must be representable in its | 467 | negatable, that is, both C<m> and C<-m> must be representable in its |

468 | type (this typically includes the minimum signed integer value, the same | 468 | type (this typically excludes the minimum signed integer value, the same |

469 | limitation as for C</> and C<%> in C). | 469 | limitation as for C</> and C<%> in C). |

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471 | Current GCC versions compile this into an efficient branchless sequence on | 471 | Current GCC versions compile this into an efficient branchless sequence on |

472 | almost all CPUs. | 472 | almost all CPUs. |

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