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An assignment writes a variable with a value. The variable to be written is called the destination, and the value to write is called the source.

- Destination
- Source

In this example, the value at a is written to x.

`x = a`

The destination of an assignment is a variable, or an expression that results in a variable. For example, `a`

, `b[2]`

and `c.d`

results in variables, but `a+1`

and `f(x)`

does not.

The source of an assignment is an expression that results in either a variable or a value. If the result is a variable, then the value of the variable is taken as the source.

When a variable of data structure type or array type is assigned, a reference is copied. When another value is assigned it is copied.

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