Per the docs, the math operators are addition **(’+’)**, subtraction **(’-’)**, multiplication **(’*’)**, division **(’/’)**, and modulo **(‘mod’)**. Missing is **‘integer division’** or **‘floored quotient’**, which can come in handy.

However, though there is no operator like **‘//’** in Python, for example, for integer division, you can perform this operation another way with very little extra effort.

*See* e.g. the ‘Variables’ module entry in the doc section.

(It would be nice to have a **‘//’** operator in a future release. )

Example workaround:

Output:

Regards,

burque505