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Null coalesce vs If null check

, 29 Sep 2011 LGPL3
Dear Reader, In this article, i shall talk about internals of null checking on a type (ref type mostly) by using null coalesce operator or via if condition. Null coalesce operator in c# is ?? and you can use it as shown below:  String SomeValue;  var res = SomeValue ?? null Now, lets us dig [...]

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