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what is the difference between set and get?, I read in the documentation but I don't know when to use which, are used for the same?

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You use get to read a value and set to define it. For example, say you have a speed variabIe. If you want to know what value it holds, you will use the get method. Now if you want to change it, you will use the set method.

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