LET

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The LET is a useless statement designed by cavemen when they started programming.


Syntax

[LET] variable = expression


Description

  • LET a = 12 is the same as a = 12, but wastes 4 extra bytes of program space.
  • Teachers should be SHOT for even teaching about it! Move on!

Notes: LET is optional, it's the only keyword where the entire keyword is optional :-)


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