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CNullable<T> : A convenient Nullable<T> equivalent class for C++/CLI

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18 May 20052 min read
CNullable<T> can be used to represent a value type (or simple native type) such that the type can be nulled. You can also compare it to nullptr using the == and != operators both of which have been overloaded.

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