Breaks a decimal into the integral and fractional parts, each of which has the same sign as the decimal.
Returns the fractional part and the integral part (as a floating-point number) as the first and second elements of a pair, respectively.
Use the [decimal->modf] method. The following example breaks the decimal into its integral and fractional parts, and returns them as the first and second elements of a pair, respectively.
(0.926500 = 31415.000000)
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