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C# 2.0 Nullable Data Readers

, 20 Jan 2006
An article on nullable data readers for .NET 2.0 nullable types.
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Steve Michelotti, MCSD, MCT is Principal Developer at e.magination in Baltimore - www.emagination.com.

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