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The type 'string' must be a non-nullable value type in order to use it as parameter 'T' in the generic type or method 'Nullable<t>'

What I have tried:

I tried setting the parameter and got the message above from
C#
String? prob = record.GetValueString(_Prbblty);
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Updated 17-May-21 8:41am
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String is not a value type - it's a reference type which means it can contain null values already.

You can only declare nullable variables if they are value types (int, float, double, ... or struct rather than class based).

That's what the error message is saying, but in a roundabout way because of how it is implemented as a "Nullable<T>" with syntactic sugar you type as "T?"
   
All reference types are nullable; String is considered a reference type; you can already assign null to a string.

At some point, string? will mean that you want a nullable "reference" to a string; and not an actual null string.
   

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