Hi.

On page 18 I didn’t understand what “takes the floor of the result…” meant.

I really think this could be better explained.

Please tell me if this forum is not for feedback.

Thanks. G.

```
Be careful about using {%} and {/} with negative operands. Since Python
takes the ﬂoor of the result of an integer division, the result is one
smaller than you might expect:
Download basic/neg_int_div.cmd
>>> -17 / 10
-2
When using modulo, the sign of the result matches the sign of the
second operand:
Download basic/neg_int_mod.cmd
>>> -17 % 10
3
>>> 17 % -10
-3
```