assignment statement

assignment statement

[ə′sīn·mənt ‚stāt·mənt]
(computer science)
A statement in a computer program that assigns a value to a variable.

assignment statement

In programming, a compiler directive that places a value into a variable. For example, counter=0 creates a variable named counter and fills it with zeros. The VARIABLE=VALUE syntax is common among programming languages.
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According to conclusion (1) and definition 3, the fixed value of each FTIDom is simply the value written by the assignment statement at the start of the influence domain, that is, InVal(FTI[Dom.sub.i] ([alpha]))(i [member of] [N.sup.+]) .
(3) Measurements of average and maximum number of side effects found per assignment statement, per assignment through pointer dereference (i.e., a through-dereference assignment statement such as *p=), per procedure, and per call have been recorded for both algorithms.
For example, if $[abc] is in a text line, or in a directive line and not on the left-hand side of an assignment statement, it is replaced by eval (M ["abc"]).
(a) The even numbers A 1 2 2 4 3 6 4 8 5 10 6 12 7 14 8 16 9 18 10 20 (b) The odd numbers A 1 1 2 3 3 5 4 7 5 9 6 11 7 13 8 15 9 17 10 19 (c) The first three columns of Elana's times table A B C 1 1 2 3 2 2 4 6 3 3 6 9 4 4 8 12 5 5 10 15 6 6 12 18 7 7 14 21 8 8 16 24 9 9 18 27 10 10 20 30 At this point, the teacher suggested, "What if we change the number in our assignment statement?" Robert changed the assignment statement in cell A2 to "=A1+10." Then he changed the value of Al to 10, and he produced the multiples of ten.
The Pascal assignment statement that shows the use of a coercion is:
We now describe the transfer function (using the compact representation) for an assignment statement to an access path of a pointer type.
* In each assignment statement, the same variable does not occur on both the left-hand and right-hand side.
(1) a transport assignment statement has the empty relation as its suspension semantics.
As names are only used in 'expressions', one needs supposedly fewer lexical entries for the same phonological form; but this is no representational gain, as the authors complaining about the 'many names of the same phonological shape' (146) seem to think, since one needs now as 'many' assignment statements (for each possible referent of an 'expression' built by using that name).
Although, converting programs comprising only assignment statements is easy, it is more difficult for programs with loop or conditional statements.
Output assignment for each wire and output variable: In Rule 4, the target FBD represented by a set of connected function blocks is translated into assignment statements from top to bottom in accordance with the execution order of the FBD.