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How to create a writable and clearable symbol? [duplicate]

I'm trying to create several symbols and assign values to them. Here's what currently appears to work: Evaluate[Symbol["fdds" <> ToString[10]]] = 1 But ...
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A problem with set values

The following code is just an example to clearly explain my problem. Assume that : ...
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How do I use a passed-in symbol as a tag to define UpValues?

ClearAll@foo; foo[tag_] := ( tag /: tag[i_] := tag[[i]] ); a = {7, 8, 9}; foo[a]; a[2] I wanted the above to output 8, ...
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Using a variable to tell Mathematica which existing variable to manipulate

I have an estimation routine I have coded up, I want now to do some tests on it where I pick a particular parameter and run the estimation for differing values of that parameter. What I want is to be ...
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I am missing a function like HoldPattern

Temporary message: I am planning to edit this question, making the examples less confusing and by moving the things that are confusing to a separate question For any confusion about expressions that ...
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direct assignment to the element in a Table

I have already asked a related question here why set values in this way doesn't work? But I think I have to write the question which I encountered explicitly? ...
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why set values in this way doesn't work?

question is as follows define a list ttt={1,2}; and if I set values in this way {ttt[[1]],ttt[[2]]}={3,4} then the value ...
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Why does Evaluate[a[[1]]]=0 assign a value to a variable while a[[1]]=0 doesn't?

I'm trying to do a small page counter with Mathematica, for leting me know about my reading progress on some books. I'm stuck on a problem: ...

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