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Variable is the left hand side of the assign '=' operation, value is the right hand side.
variable = value
There is an example of a for loop here;
If you read my comments at the end of this blog post below you will get some more background;
Thanks for your answer, it's been helpful. So, variable = value.
Ok, so if value is binded to an outside variable called v1 then variable has the value of v1.
But if variable is also binded to an outside variable called v2 while value is binded to the v1 variable then the assigned value is which? I've seen you can bind them both and this I don't understand very well why.
Wasn't it more logical to bind only the value variable to a certain outside variable?
Thx and I'm sorry if it's an obvious answer but for me it just isn't.