Assignment - concept of programming language , Basic Computer Science

Assignment:  It is composed of variable name, an assignment operator of the language and a value or variable or some expression as per composition allowed based on rules defined in grammar. 

 e.g temp=5;  

temp=temp+1; 

This means to add 1 to the current value of the variable temp and make that the new contents of the variable temp temp = a+b ;  

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