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I have tried this:

entry makeOffer() {
  require {
    r_higherBid: topBid ? transferred > the : false otherwise "your Bid must be higher than current topBid";
  } effect {
    match lastBuyer with
    | some(a) -> const lastBuyerConst = a
    | none -> fail
    end
}

and this (in the place of the match)

const lastBuyerConst = lastBuyer ? the : fail

and many other less likely solution candidates.

Both return parsing errors and are invalid to the binding generator.

Any help appreciated!

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short answer is:

const lastBuyerConst ?= lastBuyer : "EXPECTED_SOME_BUYER"

fail is an instruction that takes anything as a parameter, hence it is called fail() or fail("SOMETHING") or fail(("INVALID_AMOUNT", amount)) for examples.

I guess the following should work:

match lastBuyer with
| some(a) -> begin 
    const lastBuyerConst = a;
    // do something with a
    // ...
  end
| none -> fail() // do not forget parenthesis
end

but the ?= : syntax makes it much lighter:

const a ?= lastBuyer; // : "ERROR_MSG" is optional
// do something with a

More information here:

https://archetype-lang.org/docs/reference/instructions/localvariable#-get-option-assign-or-fail https://archetype-lang.org/docs/reference/instructions/assignment#a--b--e https://archetype-lang.org/docs/reference/instructions/control/#option https://archetype-lang.org/docs/reference/instructions/divergent/#faile--t

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