The command in the expression editor inserts the token at the insertion point in the editing pane. This token returns the remainder when is divided by . Replace the dummy arguments and with other expressions.

NoteYou can also use the operator % (percent) to represent modulo, however the % operator results in an integer (as in VBScript)
where the result is approximated to the nearest integer. The token, however, outputs a floating point number.

Example

fmod(sphere.kine.local.posy, 10)
sphere.kine.local.posy%10

Both examples above return the remainder when the local Y translation of sphere is divided by 10.