[let] <any variable> = <any expression>

The LET command assigns the value of an expression to a variable. If the variable does not exist, the compiler will create it.


let somevar = 5
let somearray[n] = x * 2

Important! Prior to version 1.0, the LET keyword may not be omited as in other BASIC dialects.

rem ** works in v1.0+ only **
x = 5
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