What is the Difference between "=" and "+=" on python? (Without speech marks)
I've been experimenting, and I haven't found the difference...
I'm not fluent in python, however - I am on "A Day at the Supermarket" on Codeacademy.
Thanks for all your answers!
In python, the phrase
x=4 will assign the value of
x. However, the phrase
x+=4 will increment
4 to the current value of
x. For example:
x = 3 print x #will print 3 x += 2 print x #will print 5