2. Preposition. (context: colloquial) Except for differences accounted for by. ¹
3. Preposition. (context: extended use) With due allowance for (a specified exception or particular detail). ¹
4. Noun. (computing) the operation or function that returns the remainder of one number divided by another ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Modulo
1. with respect to a modulus [adv]
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Literary usage of Modulo
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Theory of Numbers by Robert Daniel Carmichael (1914)
"But it is easy to see that an integer y* of the set (^4) is or is not a primitive root modulo p" according as k is or is not prime to p"~i(p — i). ..."
2. The Madison Colloquium 1913 by Leonard Eugene Dickson, William Fogg Osgood (1914)
"m; i < j) with integral coefficients taken modulo 2. In accord with Lecture III, we shall use the term point to denote a set of m ordered elements, ..."
3. Annali Di Matematica Pura Ed Applicata (1860)
"... dei modulo un'altra quantità V, per la quale sia ... caso come ha dimostrato Le- gendre il parametro potrebbe essere collegato col modulo in due modi ..."
4. The Cambridge Colloquium 1916 by Griffith Conrad Evans, Oswald Veblen (1918)
"Congruences and Homologies, modulo 2 15. The definition of congruences and homologies modulo 2 which was made in §§ 37, 38, Chap. II, applies without change ..."
5. Collectanea Anglo-premonstratensia: Documents Drawn from the Original by Francis Aidan Gasquet, Royal Historical Society (Great Britain), Premonstratensians (1906)
"... quod bene valeo, pro modulo meo. Melius tarnen valerem si ad libitum vestro presentí et desiderato colloquio possem ..."