|Property/method value type:||Number primitive|
|Argument list:||anOperand1||A value to be multiplied and then assigned into|
|anOperand2||A multiplier value|
Multiply the left operand by the right operand and assign the result to the left operand.
This is functionally equivalent to the expression:
anOperand1 = anOperand1 * anOperand2;
Although this is classified as an assignment operator it is really a compound of an assignment and a multiplicative operator.
The associativity is right to left.
Refer to the operator precedence topic for details of execution order.
The new value of anOperand1 is returned as a result of the expression.
The operand to the left of the operator must be an LValue. That is, it should be able to take an assignment and store the value.