Declaration statements

The declaration statements declare a new item, that is, a type, variable or module.

let variable declaration

let [mut] {identifier}[: {type}] = {expression};

The let declaration behaves just like in Rust, but it does not allow uninitialized variables.

The type is optional and is used mostly to cast integer literal or double-check the expression result type, otherwise, it is inferred.

let mut variable: field = 0;

type alias declaration

type {identifier} = {type};

The type statement declares a type alias to avoid repeating complex types.

type Alias = (field, u8, [field; 8]);

struct type declaration

The struct statement declares a structure.

struct Data {
    a: field,
    b: u8,
    c: (),

enum type declaration

The enum statement declares an enumeration.

enum List {
    A = 1,
    B = 2,
    C = 3,

fn type declaration

The fn statement declares a function.

fn sum(a: u8, b: u8) -> u8 {
    a + b

impl namespace declaration

The impl statement declares a namespace of a structure or enumeration.

struct Data {
    value: field,

impl Data {
    fn print(data: Self) {
        dbg!("{}", data.value);

mod module declaration

mod {identifier};

The mod statement declares a new module and behaves the same way as in Rust.

use module import

use {path};

The use statement imports an item from another namespace and behaves the same way as in Rust.