LET

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BASIC keyword
Keyword: LET
Abbreviation: lE
Type: Command
Token code: 136/$88
Handling routine
in BASIC ROM:
43429–43647
$A9A5–AA7F
List of all BASIC keywords


Remark: This article describes the BASIC-Command LET in BASIC V2 at the Commodore 64.

Typ: Command 
General Programming-Syntax: LET <Variable> = <Argument>

The BASIC-Command LET will be used for assign numerical values or chars in the right type of variable. By using the wrong type of variable the BASIC-error ?TYPE MISMATCH ERROR IN line number occur. Assignment of variables can also be done without LET, so this command isn't used very often.


Examples[edit]

10 LET A$="MY "       Assignment with LET
20 B$="COMMODORE"       without LET
30 LET C$ = A$ + B$
40 LET D1 = 64          
50 LET A1% = 128  
60 PRINT C$;" ";D1;" and ";A1%  
BASIC V2.0 (second release) Commands

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