The set statement

The set statement also assigns its first argument to have the value of its second argument. The first argument must be the name of a variable. It must be a scalar type. The second argument must be a numeric constant or constant expression. You should never use set with a variable of type float. For float types use mov instead. The syntax of the set statement is shown below.

 set x, 10     // set x equal to 10

Because all arguments must fit into a 2-byte value in the NXT executable, the second argument of the set statement is limited to a 16 bit signed or unsigned value (-32768..65535).

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