In the case that a type is specified, it could be on the left (before) or the right (after) of the variable name.
For example, C, C# and Java have the type specified before the variable:
int num = 5;
TypeScript, Rust and Haxe (can) have the type specified after the variable:
let num: number = 5; let num: u32 = 5; var num: Int = 5;
Is there a term that denotes the way a language's syntax work with types? E.g. "The _____ language uses (left/back or right/front)
typing type declaration".