## Example: Compute Quotient and Remainder

```
fun main(args: Array<String>) {
val dividend = 25
val divisor = 4
val quotient = dividend / divisor
val remainder = dividend % divisor
println("Quotient = $quotient")
println("Remainder = $remainder")
}
```

When you run the program, the output will be:

Quotient = 6 Remainder = 1

In the above program, two numbers `25`

(dividend) and `4`

(divisor) are stored in two variables `dividend` and `divisor` respectively. Unlike Java, these are automatically assigned `Int`

type in Kotlin.

Now, to find the quotient we divide `dividend` by `divisor` using `/`

operator. Since, both `dividend` and `divisor` are `Int`

, the result will also be computed as an `Int`

.

So, mathematically even if `25/4`

results `6.25`

, since both operands are `Int`

, `quotient` variable only stores `6`

(integer part).

Likewise, to find the remainder we use the `%`

operator. So, the remainder of `25/4`

, i.e. `1`

is stored in an `Int`

variable `remainder`.

Finally, `quotient` and `remainder` are printed on the screen using `println()`

function.

Here's the equivalent code in Java: Compute Quotient and Remainder in Java