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I get a SyntaxError: can't assign to operator error in a max() min() function. What did I do wrong?

https://code.sololearn.com/clM2qZYBd3hG this is the error: File "/home/pi/Desktop/PythonStuff/MyProjects/aoth.py", line 25 max(aofx, bofx) - min(aofx, bofx) = result_abx ^ SyntaxError: can't assign to operator

6/28/2020 6:12:12 PM

Elias Kamakas

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You have to write that line the other way around - result_abx = max(aofx, bofx) - min(aofx, bofx) Always put the variable you are setting on the left.

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Also Id like to explain what this code does but it has to do with economics and its very complicated so sorry. If you have any questions ask.