To find the remainder of two numbers in Swift, you can use the modulo operator, represented by the percent symbol (%). The modulo operator returns the remainder of the division of two numbers.

Here's an example code snippet:

`main.swift73 chars6 lines`

In this example, we declare two constants, `a`

and `b`

, and initialize them with the values 10 and 3, respectively. We then calculate the remainder of `a`

divided by `b`

using the modulo operator, and assign the result to a new constant called `remainder`

. Finally, we print the value of `remainder`

to the console, which should be 1.

You can also use the shorthand compound assignment operator `%=`

to calculate the remainder and assign it to a variable or constant in one step, like this:

`main.swift50 chars6 lines`

In this example, we declare a variable `x`

with the initial value of 15 and a constant `y`

with the value of 4. We then use the `%=`

operator to calculate the remainder of `x`

divided by `y`

, which is 3, and assign the result back to `x`

. The final value of `x`

is printed to the console.

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