a+=b is short-hand for a=a+b
(though note that expression a will only be evaluated once)

or in another form

+= is a compound assignment operator – it adds the RHS operand to the existing value of the LHS operand

We are displaying examples in multiple languages: c, Python, PHP and Java

Example in Python Language

a = a
a += 3

print( “Output \nAssignment Operator:” . str(a) )

Example Assignment Operators += in Python
Example Assignment Operators += in Python
Example Assignment Operators += in Python



Example in Java Language

public class frequenTech{

private static int i=3;
public static void frequenTech(){

i += 5;
System.out.println(“Output \nAssignment Operators:”+i);

}
public static void main(String[] args){
frequenTech();
}

}

Example Assignment Operators += in Java
Example Assignment Operators += in Java
Example Assignment Operators += in Java



Example in C Language

#include <stdio.h>
int i;
void main(){
i=3;
i+=4
printf(“Output: \nAssignment Operators %d”, i);
}

Example Assignment Operators += in C Language
Example in C LanguageExample Assignment Operators += in JavaExample in C Language



Example in PHP

$i = 3;

$i +=2;
echo “Output <br /> Assignment Operators:”.$i;

Example Assignment Operators += in PHP
Example Assignment Operators += in PHP
Example Assignment Operators += in PHP
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