Illustration of assignment statements, MATLAB Programming

Illustration  of assignment statements:

At that point, if the expression mynum 3 is entered, the default variable ans is used as the result of this expression is not assigned to a variable. Therefore, the value of ans becomes 10 but mynum is unaffected (it is still 7). Note that merely typing the name of a variable will show its value.

>> mynum + 3

ans =

10

>> mynum

mynum =

7

 

 

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