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Computed Assignment Operators

Syntax
u opx

Purpose
We use y ( z ) to refer to the value of u before (after) the operation. This operation sets z equal to
     
y op x
.

op
The possible values for op are
op    Meaning
+ addition
- subtraction
* multiplication
/ division

Types
The following table lists the possible types for x and y (the value of u before the operation) and the corresponding z (the value of u after the operation).
                      
y
 
x           float    a_float   a2float
         
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 float   
-   float    a_float   a2float
a_float  
-  a_float   a_float
a2float  
-  a2float             a2float
The type float does not need to be matched exactly but rather as an instance of float.

Arrays
Either x or y or both may be a numpy.array with elements that match one of possible type choices above. If both x and y are arrays, they must have the same shape. When either x or y is an array, the result z is an array with the same shape. The type of the elements of z correspond to the table above (when the result type is a float, this only refers to the element types matching as instances).

Example
The file assign_op.py contains an example and test of these operations.
Input File: pycppad/pycppad.cpp