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MySQL | DIV

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MySQL's DIV operator performs integer division, discarding any fractional part of the division result.

Syntax

SELECT integer DIV integer;

Examples

To perform integer division of 7 by 2:

SELECT 7 DIV 2;
+---------+
| 7 DIV 2 |
+---------+
| 3 |
+---------+

Notice how we only return the quotient of the division and discard the remainder.

To perform integer division of 5.9999 by 2.0:

SELECT 5.9999 DIV 2.0;
+----------------+
| 5.9999 DIV 2.0 |
+----------------+
| 2 |
+----------------+
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