What does the symbol :=: mean

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Published on 2012-10-04T15:17:41Z Indexed on 2012/10/04 15:37 UTC
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I've found the symbol :=: in some Clarion code and I can't seem to figure out exactly what it does. The code was written by a previous developer many years ago, so I can't ask him. I also have not been able to find any results for "colon equals colon" in Google.

Here is an example of the code, where bufSlcdpaDtl is a file object:

lCCRecord Like(bufSlcdpaDtl),Pre(lCCRecord)

! ...other stuff...

lCCRecord :=: bufSlcdpaDtl

I'm wondering if it's something similar to ::= in Python or possibly the assignment operator :=.

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