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Syntax error for optional pattern, but only in debugger
This expression (explained here by Leonid) evaluates fine unless Evaluation->Debugger is enabled:
h[x : (_Integer) : 1] := x
Syntax::sntxf: "x:" cannot be ...
Nov 6 '13 at 23:53
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