Represents a simple assignment statement.
Assembly: System (in System.dll)
can be used to represent a statement that assigns the value of an object to another object, or a reference to another reference. Simple assignment statements are usually of the form " value1 = value2 ", where value1 is the object being assigned to, and value2 is being assigned. The Left property indicates the object to assign to. The Right property indicates the object to assign.
The following code creates a that assigns the value 10 to an integer variable named i :
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