TYL PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
▶ VARIABLE ASSIGNMENT
Assignment of Multiple Scalar Variables
Tyl permits assignment of multiple scalar variables in one assignment line:
numa numb 21
The code can be denoted:
( 21 → numb ) → numa

This one line does:
  1. Declare numa
  2. Declare numb
  3. 21 → numb
  4. 21 → numa
To understand this, let's use print function with the parameter 21
print 21
This line of code yields the value 21. Then this value can be assigned to a variable:
num print 21
num gets the result of the statement print 21, which is 21.

In Tyl, the result of a statement is usually its own value or its returned value:
num 21
The result of the assignment will be the value 21.

For any statement, prepending it with print will print its result. Another option is to use the debug print function, which logs the result in a debug file.

So we can write also:
print num 21
The system will print 21, which is the result of the statement num 21.

So in the statement:
numa numb 21
The system first declares numa. Then the statement numb 21, declares numb, assignes it the value 21, which yields the result 21. The result 21 is then assigned to numa.
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