Commit c7731570 by Simon Marlow

### 6.4.2: fix formatting

parent 79f0a398
 ... ... @@ -890,10 +890,12 @@ section~\ref{operators}) apply to all numbers. The class methods \indextt{/} applies only to fractional ones. The @quot@, @rem@, @div@, and @mod@ class methods satisfy these laws if @y@ is non-zero: $\ba{c} @(x @\bkqB@quot@\bkqA@ y)*y + (x @\bkqB@rem@\bkqA@ y) == x@\\ @(x @\bkqB@div@\bkqA@ y)*y + (x @\bkqB@mod@\bkqA@ y) == x@ \ea$ \bprog @ (x quot y)*y + (x rem y) == x (x div y)*y + (x mod y) == x @ \eprog @quot@ is integer division truncated toward zero, while the result of @div@ is truncated toward negative infinity. ... ... @@ -904,14 +906,14 @@ and returns a (quotient, remainder) pair; @divMod@ is defined similarly: \bprog @ quotRem x y = (x @\bkqB@quot@\bkqA@ y, x @\bkqB@rem@\bkqA@ y) divMod x y = (x @\bkqB@div@\bkqA@ y, x @\bkqB@mod@\bkqA@ y) quotRem x y = (x quot y, x rem y) divMod x y = (x div y, x mod y) @ \eprog Also available on integral numbers are the even and odd predicates: \bprog @ even x = x @\bkqB@rem@\bkqA@ 2 == 0 even x = x rem 2 == 0 odd = not . even @ \eprog\indextt{even}\indextt{odd} ... ...
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