How do you determine if the last 2 digits of any integer is 11, 12, or 13?

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How do you determine if the last 2 digits of any integer is 11, 12, or 13?

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Please be more precise/detailed :P
One way is to mod it with 100.
mod 100!

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e.g.: x mod 100 == 11
eureka!!
:)
http://ideone.com/aSacI this was the problem
oh no! I introduced a bug!
http://ideone.com/lYxkE there it's fixed
yup - you were changing num in the previous code which introduced the bug.
this should probably have been posted in the Computer Science group.
it was actually originally there (my question about 'most interesting algorithms'), but then I moved this specific problem :-D thought it was mathematical in nature
:) fair enough

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