Use '..' on the right hand side of the ':=' operator as a shorthand for the left hand side, so that 'var := f(..) + ..' is equivalent to 'var <- f(var) + var'. This permits the user to be explicit about growing an object or overwriting it using its previous value, avoids repeating a variable name, and saves keystrokes, time, visual space and cognitive load.
|Maintainer||Antoine Fabri <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
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