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Is "fill in the variable with" idiomatic?

For example:

I didn't fill in the variable with a custom value yet, don't use it.

I didn't fill in the variable with a custom function yet, don't use it.

I am not sure if we can use fill in in order to say write something and assign it to it, or fill a value inside an empty bracket or already written equal sign.

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It isn't "idiomatic", but I don't really think you mean "idiomatic" either. This is terminology.

I believe the correct terminology you are looking for is "assign the variable a value".

I didn't assign the variable a custom value yet, don't use it.

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