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 one year ago
for this bit of codesumDigits = 0
for c in str(1952):
sumDigits += int(c)
print sumDigits
the += can someone explain what it means in laymans terms, i get that it means adding but why is the equal sign always there in that type of code
 one year ago
for this bit of codesumDigits = 0 for c in str(1952): sumDigits += int(c) print sumDigits the += can someone explain what it means in laymans terms, i get that it means adding but why is the equal sign always there in that type of code

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rsmith6559
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1It's just a shorthand for: sumDigits = sumDigits + int( c ); It saves having to write sumDigits twice, but still assigns ( '=' ) the sum of sumDigits + int( c ) to sumDigits.

canuckfan34
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Thanks, that is exactly what I need to know. :)
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