Introduction to Python
Variables in programming are abstract local storages for values. In the previous section, you calculated some math expressions. What if we need some of the numbers in the future? Recalculating seems a bit irrational.
To refer to a specific value in the future, we need to use a particular name for the variable. Use the equality sign
= for assigning value to a variable. For example, you can assign the value
2022 to the variable
year, and then output it or perform any arithmetic operation using its name.
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