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Chapter 4. Introduction to Variables and Parameters

Variables are how programming and scripting languages represent data. They appear in arithmetic operations and manipulation of quantities, in string parsing, and they are indispensable for working in the abstract with symbols -- tokens that represent something else. A variable is nothing more than a label assigned to a location or set of locations in computer memory holding an item of data.

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