Integer part of division of two Real numbers

#### Syntax

**div**(x, y)

#### Description

Returns the algebraic quotient `x/y`

with any
fractional part discarded (also known as truncation toward zero).
*[Note: this is defined for / in C99; in C89 the result for
negative numbers is implementation-defined, so the standard
function *`div()`

must be used.] Result and
arguments shall have type Real or Integer. If either of the
arguments is Real the result is Real otherwise Integer.

*[Note, outside of a when clause state events are triggered
when the return value changes discontinuously.]*

#### Examples

**div**(13,6)
= 2

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