Python allows multiple assignments, or chained assignments, to assign multiple variables or expressions at once. This can be a useful tool but it is also a source of confusion when the multiple assignments involve the same name multiple times or when the assignment target is mutable. The assignments are evaluated right hand side first, then left to right, assigning each expression to the target in turn. This differs from many other programming languages and it is also different from the way Pythons assignment expressions (the walrus operator (:=) colon equals) works.
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