hi, maybe I am going in details too much but cant help myself but to ask
If there are any calculations to the right of the `=` operator, those are performed before the value is assigned to the variable on the left of the operator.
if there is any calculations on the right of = operator (like let x = 2 + 3) those are performed before the value is assigned to the variable on the left of the operator… what value? it is simple like let x = 2 + 3… those adding up ,…2 and 3 …is performed before what? can anyone explain me that second part of sentence
if I got ya,…
in syntax let x = 2 + 3 there is value 5 first in the air and then variable with identifier x comes up and they end up together like let x = 5; ?
can you type example of operation left from assigment operator, that is what confuses me, there is no operations, just declaration of variable and identifier…