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Last updated: April 29, 2006
After you've declared a variable, you'll probably want to assign a value to it. This value must usually (but not always) be an expression of the same type as the variable, or to be more precise, of the object referred to by the variable.
For example, a
point variable can be assigned to from a
point expression, a
boolean variable from
boolean expression, a
variable from a
cuboid_vector expression, etc.
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