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Explicit types

Reports a type annotation that doesn't match the current code style for explicit types.

Type declarations are not necessary when the type that is inferred from the context exactly matches the type annotation, for example:

var pi: number = 3.14

In some cases it is preferable to always have explicit types - this prevents accidental type changes and makes code more explicit.

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Code style settings for explicit types



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Last modified: 13 July 2023