If a value has been given a name, we
say that the name binds to the value
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1.2.4 Names and the Environment
Hide A critical aspect of a programming language is the means it provides for using
names to refer to computational objects. <span>If a value has been given a name, we
say that the name binds to the value.
In Python, we can establish new bindings using the assignment statement, which
contains a name to the left of = and a value to the right:
>>> radius = 10
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