A variable can hold values that have the same class and complexity
but different sizes. If the size of the initial assignment is not
constant, the variable is dynamically sized in generated code. For
more information, see Variable-Size Data.
You can reassign the type (class, size, and complexity) of a
variable after the initial assignment if each occurrence of the variable
can have only one type. In this case, the variable is renamed in the
generated code to create multiple independent variables. For more
information, see Reuse the Same Variable with Different Properties.
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