Enables you to assign a desired value to a variable.
Contains the variable's name to assign a value. If this name is not associated to an existing variable, then a new one is automatically created.
Allows you to input a value. The value must be a string or a number, for example,
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Gets the execution result of the previous function and writes it to the variable that is being initialized.
Enables you to initialize a variable by using any method, formula or boolean expression such as
Contains an annotation to the block. The input text will be displayed inside the block above the function name.
This function is used when you need to save or overwrite some results in order to keep working with that in the following parts of your algorithm.