# Visual C++ - Division: /

Division is a matematical operation, it can be used for integers and real numbers.

## /

### Description

``par1 / par2``
Used keywords: /

### Output

• Result - Real numbers Result of the division is always a real number.
Note: If we want a integer as a result, so let's use the integer division operation or by using some rounding function we can convert the result to an integer.

### Visual C++ .NET

Division the possible of use:
``````x = (float)64 / 8;   // x=8
y = x / 0.5;   // y=16
z = ((float)(x * 2) / y +5);// z=1.1``````

### Visual C++ .NET

Even one example in what situations we can use the operation division:
``````(float)i / 0xab
(float)27 / 3
(2.5 / 2 + 1.25) + 2``````

### Visual C++ .NET

Other pieces of example codes:
`y = y/ 3.14`
`x >= (float)y / 5`
`y = (float)x / 0xa`
`(float)50 / i`
`y = (float)x / 0xa`
`((float)x / 5)`

## /

### Description

``par1 / par2``
Used keywords: /

### Output

• Result - Real numbers Result of the division is always a real number.
Note: If we want a integer as a result, so let's use the integer division operation or by using some rounding function we can convert the result to an integer.

### Visual C++ .NET

Division the possible of use:
``````x = (float)64 / 8;   // x=8
y = x / 0.5;   // y=16
z = ((float)(x * 2) / y +5);// z=1.1``````

### Visual C++ .NET

Even one example in what situations we can use the operation division:
``````(float)i / 0xab
(float)27 / 3
(2.5 / 2 + 1.25) + 2``````

You can find it in the following collections: arithmetic operators
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