modulo

[moj-uh-loh]
adverb Mathematics.
with respect to a modulus: 6 is congruent to 11, modulo 5.

Origin:
1895–1900; < Neo-Latin modulō, ablative of Latin modulus modulus

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modulo   (mŏj'ə-lō)  Pronunciation Key 
With respect to a specified modulus. Eighteen is congruent to 42 modulo 12 because both 18 and 42 leave 6 as remainder when divided by 12.
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modulo

/mod'yu-loh/ prep. Except for. An overgeneralization of mathematical terminology; one can consider saying that 4 equals 22 except for the 9s (4 = 22 mod 9). "Well, LISP seems to work okay now, modulo that GC bug." "I feel fine today modulo a slight headache."
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modulo definition


/mod'yu-loh/
1. modular arithmetic.
2. modulo operator.
(1999-07-12)

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Modulo is not so common in the plural but uncommon plurals is a drug constructors can't quite kick.
Modulo the difficulties in understanding the self-reported categories, yes, it is surprising.
Careless modulo arithmetic can introduce vulnerability.
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