= (assignment) operator
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This operator assigns the right operand to the left operand (the left operand must be a variable) and returns the right operand. In other words, it stores the right operand in the variable on the left.
For more information on assignments, see Expressions and Variables.
a = b = (3, 2) a = 3.23 - 8 * (a - 13 / x)
Note: don’t confuse this operator with the == (equality) operator.