This rule checks that all parameters of a given method or class method have
a type declared.
ObjectScript makes it possible to have typeless arguments, as in:
Method m(foo, bar)
// body of the method here
This makes it difficult to know what the arguments are, even if the method
is documented; what is more, it prevents the IDE (Studio or Atelier) from
It is therefore preferable to always declare argument types, as in: