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lmoelleb16-Dec-20 1:58
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No one is arguing against null being a useful paradigm. And now we have the syntax to tell if the paradigm is used or not.

This serves two purposes:
1) Communicate intent. You can see from the type of my method if you need to handle a null being returned. You can see by the parameter definition if my code can handle a null being passed in.
2) Compiler can catch more mistakes.

Either of these would be more than enough for me to use nullable - with both of these... don't get why you would not use it on any new code. Legacy code is of course always an issue... when to (and if) make the investment to change it.
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