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Swift Assignment Statements

Assignment statements assign values to previously declared variables. Assignments may only be made to variables that have not already been assigned. Assignment statements have the general form:

variable = value;

where value can be either an expression or a procedure call that returns a single value.

Variables can also be assigned in a multivalued-procedure statement, described in another section.


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