A Pascal statement that uses the assignment operator ":=" to assign a value to a variable of a function designator.
A statement which assigns values to variables. Form: Let var = expr, where expression can be a constant, a variable, or an expression containing any combinations of values, constants, operators, and functions.
An assignment statement can be intrinsic or defined. An intrinsic assignment stores the value of the right operand in the storage location of the left operand.
Usually, a statement that assigns (stores) the value of an expression on the right of an equal sign to the storage location of the variable to the left of the equal sign. In the case of Fortran 95/90 pointers, the storage location is assigned, not the pointer itself.
an expression that evaluates to the value of the variable on the left side of the assignment operator
a program statement that puts data into a control, a variable, or another object
a statement that is used to store a value into a variable or object's property
(n.) a statement of the form `` variable = expression''.
A statement that assigns a value to a variable or array element. It is made up of a variable or array element, followed by an equal sign (=), followed by an expression. The variable, array element, or expression can be character, logical, or arithmetic. When the assignment statement is processed, the expression to the right of the equal sign replaces the value of the variable or array element to the left.
In programming languages, a statement that assigns the value of an expression to a variable.
Assigns a value to a variable or function by using the special Pascal symbol ":=".