Multiple allocations, Basic Computer Science

You can also allocate a single value to several variables at the same time. For instance:
X=y=z =1
Now, an integer object is generated with the value 1, and all three variables are assigned to the same memory location. You can also assign multiple objects to multiple variables. For example:
x, y, z = 1, 2, "William"
At this time two integer objects with values 1 and 2 are assigned to variables x and y, and one string object with the value "william" is assigned to the variable c.
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