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Posted 11 Sep 2010

Chained null checks and the Maybe monad

, 21 Sep 2010 CPOL
Shows how a few Extension Methods solve the 'repeated null check' problem.



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Dmitri Nеstеruk
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I work primarily with the .NET technology stack, and specialize in accelerated code production via code generation (static or dynamic), aspect-oriented programming, MDA, domain-specific languages and anything else that gets products out the door faster. My languages of choice are C# and F#, though I'm open to suggestions.

I'm a Microsoft MVP (Visual C#) since 2009. I run a collective tech blog at I use my own editor called TypograFix to typeset articles and blog posts.

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