> Early versions of BASIC had a keyword
"LET".??? LET X = 3?? is devoid of
> most of the ambiguity, and LET 3 = X is much less likely to be
> attempted. 'Course, changing the values of constants opens up some
> strange possibilities!
On Fri, 29 Jan 2021, Chuck Guzis via cctalk wrote:
Lots of fun, there.
I said that LET made redefining constants LESS likely, just because it
clarifies that it is an assignment to be done. There are other ways.
Redefining constants permits fixing a number of things,
such as 42