Python has two types of division operators. Both allow you to divide two numbers and return a quotient, i.e., the first number (number at the left) is divided by the second number (number at the right) and returns the quotient.

Divides the number and returns a floating point value.`/`

:Divides the number and returns a whole number (round down).`//`

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## Division Operators in Python

Simple example code.

```
# Dividing an integer by an integer
print("The answer for 5/2: ", 5 / 2)
print("The answer for 5//2: ", 5 // 2)
# Dividing an integer by a float
print("The answer for 5/2.75: ", 5 / 2.75)
print("The answer for 5//2.75: ", 5 // 2.75)
# Dividing a float by an integer
print("The answer for 5.5/2: ", 5.5 / 2)
print("The answer for 5.5//2: ", 5.5 // 2)
# Dividing a float by an float
print("The answer for 5.5/2.5: ", 5.5 / 2.5)
print("The answer for 5.5//2.5: ", 5.5 // 2.5)
```

**Output**:

**Modulo Operator (%)**: This operator returns the remainder of the division.

```
result = 5 % 2
print(result) # Output: 1
```

**True Division (from __future__)**: In Python 2, the `/`

operator is used to perform floor division for integer operands. However, if you want to ensure that division always performs true division (returning a float), you can use the `from __future__ import division`

statement in Python 2 or just use Python 3.

```
from __future__ import division
result = 5 / 2
print(result) # Output: 2.5
```

These are the primary division-related operators in Python. Each serves a specific purpose and can be chosen based on the desired outcome of the division operation.

Do comment if you have any doubts or suggestions on this Python Operator topic.

Note:IDE: PyCharm 2021.3.3 (Community Edition)Windows 10

Python 3.10.1All

Python Examples are in Python 3, so Maybe its different from python 2 or upgraded versions.