   # What is divide by zero errors and how this is different then other errors?

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What is divide by zero errors and how this is different then other errors? posted Aug 20, 2015
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To understand this you just need to find out why divided by zero is undefined.

To find out this please visit the following link https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra2/functions-and-graphs/undefined_indeterminate/v/why-dividing-by-zero-is-undefined (Just watch these 3 videos)

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### Divide by Zero Errors

It is a common problem that at the time of dividing any number, programmers do not check if a divisor is zero and finally it creates a runtime error.

## The code below fixes this by checking if the divisor is zero before dividing −

`````` #include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>

main() {

int dividend = 20;
int divisor = 0;
int quotient;

if( divisor == 0){
fprintf(stderr, "Division by zero! Exiting...\n");
exit(-1);
}

quotient = dividend / divisor;
fprintf(stderr, "Value of quotient : %d\n", quotient );

exit(0);
}
``````

### When the above code is compiled and executed, it produces the following result −

``````Division by zero! Exiting...
``````

Hope you understand the concept of Dividing with zero Error in C answer Dec 4, 2016
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