[JAVA] About =

When I searched and searched as usual, I thought that it could not be verbalized. According to Google Sensei Program language In many programming languages such as C, perl, and Java, = is an assignment operator that represents the assignment of a value on the right side to a variable on the left side. Excerpt from the wiki

So, I found that it is okay to substitute the right side for the left side.

Apparently I'm afraid to put the right side to the left side? It was like that, so I'm glad I could confirm it.

I can say with confidence!

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