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AnswerRe: C Sharps - how are you getting on with nullable reference types? Pin
harold aptroot16-Dec-20 20:24
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Rob Philpott16-Dec-20 22:41
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Rob Philpott16-Dec-20 23:01
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Rob Philpott16-Dec-20 23:18
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Yes I did just try my example, under .NET5 as it happens and the return type magically changed. I just find it a bit strange that turning on nullable here, makes something nullable over there. I notice also that 'HasValue' and 'Value' are missing to keep it in line with value types but I guess this is because its a compiler thing not a framework thing as you say..

Thanks for your help.
Regards,
Rob Philpott.

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