99 / 2 = 49 R 1 99 / 50 = 1 R 49
With N-digit integer division there are two results, an N-digit quotient and an N-digit remainder. With 32-bit operands there will be (in general) two 32-bit results. MIPS uses the hi and lo registers for the results:
Here are the MIPS instructions for integer divide. The "u" means operands and results are in unsigned binary.
div s,t # lo <— s div t # hi <— s mod t # operands are two's complement
divu s,t # lo <— s div t # hi <— s mod t # operands are unsigned
(Review:) What instruction would be used to move the quotient into register