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Hi Andy~ This is computer programming code but I can help you with this one.
When you declare a variable in a programs code, it will be that value unless there is something after that that changes the value. The code has made a declaration that you have a variable called num that has an initial value of 99. Additionally the values will always be integers. (In contrast to a real number, any arithmetic that might be using this 'num' will round off to an integer). Next it takes num and replaces the 99 with 5 with the Set num = 5. Then it displays what value is stored in num which is now 5. This code could have been shortened to have the same result with:
Declare Integer num = 5
Display num

Math Prof Billygoat

Hi Andy~ This is computer programming code but I can help you with this one.
When you declare a variable in a programs code, it will be that value unless there is something after that that changes the value. The code has made a declaration that you have a variable called num that has an initial value of 99. Additionally the values will always be integers. (In contrast to a real number, any arithmetic that might be using this 'num' will round off to an integer). Next it takes num and replaces the 99 with 5 with the Set num = 5. Then it displays what value is stored in num which is now 5. This code could have been shortened to have the same result with:
Declare Integer num = 5
Display num

Math Prof Billygoat

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