|KASH3 Reference Manual|
Variables and Assignments
After an assignment, the assigned value is echoed on the next line. The printing of the value of a statement may be in every case prevented by typing a double semicolon.
After the assignment, the variable evaluates to that value if evaluated. Thus it is possible to refer to that value by the name of the variable in any situation.
A variable name may be sequences of letters and digits containing at least one letter. For example 'abc' and 'a1b2' are valid names. Since KASH3 distinguishes upper and lower case, 'a' and 'A' are different names. Keywords such as 'quit' must not be used as names.
a:=32233; A:=76; a+A;
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