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12th Class Chapter No 7 - Variables, expressions in Computers for ISC

Variables as names for values; expressions (arithmetic and logical) and their evaluation (operators, associativity, precedence). Assignment operation; difference between left hand side and 
right hand side of assignment. Variables denote values; variables are already defined as attributes in classes; variables have types that constrain the values it can denote. Difference between variables denoting primitive values and object values – variables denoting objects are references to those objects. The assignment operator = is special. The variable on 
the lhs of = denotes the memory location while the same variable on the rhs denotes the contents of the location e.g. i=i+2. 
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