class X::Syntax::Term::MissingInitializer does X::Syntax { }

Syntax error when a term (a backslash variable) is declared without initialization assignment.

For example

my \foo;

dies with

Term definition requires an initializer

Valid code would be

my \foo = 42;


Type relations for X::Syntax::Term::MissingInitializer
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