17.5 Symbolic Assignment Statements

In symbolic mode, if the left side of an assignment statement is a variable, a SETQ of the right-hand side to that variable occurs. If the left-hand side is an expression, it must be of the form of an array element, otherwise an error will result. For example, x:=y translates into (SETQ X Y) whereas a(3) := 3 will be valid if A has been previously declared a single dimensioned array of at least four elements.