My enviromental variable is called "GAMES_PLAYED",
I have this piece of code that is supposed to retrieve the environmental variable, add 1 to it, then save the environmental variable and it’s new value.
gamesPlayed = os.environ.get("GAMES_PLAYED") gamesPlayed = int(gamesPlayed) + 1 os.environ("GAMES_PLAYED") = str(gamesPlayed) print(gamesPlayed)
I was sure it would update the variable but instead I get this error:
File "/app/code.py", line 1292 os.environ("GAMES_PLAYED") = str(gamesPlayed) ^ SyntaxError: cannot assign to function call
Help is appreciated.
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