# Python Code Example: Quotient and remainder

The code starts by asking the user to input two integers, the dividend and the divisor. These values are then stored in the variables `dividend` and `divisor` respectively.

Next, the code performs integer division and calculates the quotient and remainder. The quotient is calculated by dividing `dividend` by `divisor` and the result is stored in the `quotient` variable. The remainder is calculated by using the modulo operator (`%`) which gives the remainder of the division of `dividend` by `divisor` and the result is stored in the `remainder` variable.

Finally, the code prints the `quotient` and `remainder` values using the `print` function. The `repr` function is used to convert the quotient and remainder to a string representation, so that it can be concatenated with the string literal in the `print` statement.

This code performs basic arithmetic operations and demonstrates how to store values in variables, perform arithmetic operations, and print the results.

``````dividend = int(input("Please enter dividend: "))
divisor = int(input("Please enter divisor: "))

quotient = dividend / divisor
remainder = dividend % divisor

print("Quotient is: " + repr(quotient))
print("Remainder is: " + repr(remainder))``````
##### Output
``````Please enter dividend: 118