# Selecting specific number in place value of hunredth

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Nurul Hazira on 21 Apr 2021
Answered: Prabhan Purwar on 5 May 2021
Hi! I need help, I've been looking a proper function to use but I don't get any, please help me I can't find a way to solve this. Let say I have a number 365 (and I want it to write a code that only read the most right digit which is 5).
Regards, Nurul
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Prabhan Purwar on 5 May 2021
Hi Nurul,
The individual digits in the number signify one's, ten's, hundred's, and thousand's position which could be obtained by dividing the number with the basis^(power of consideration) and getting remainder value by using mod function.
Kindly have a look at the following example code:
% For Natural numbers
x = 365;
floor(mod(x/1,10)) %unit's place
ans = 5
floor(mod(x/10,10)) %hundred's place
ans = 6
floor(mod(x/100,10)) %thousand's place
ans = 3
Hope it helps!
Thanks
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