Lesson 21 - Nullable types, cloning, attributes, destructor and more
In the previous lesson, Structures, boxing, partial members and methods in detail, we introduced some last OOP syntax of C# .NET. In today's tutorial, we're going to finish it.
We often encounter problems when using value types, especially when it comes to databases. In databases, each column can contain a null value. Unfortunately, the .NET value data types cannot contain that value. We can, however, easily specify a data type as nullable by suffixing it with a question mark. Then, C# allows us to store a null value into variables of that type. You will find that this is a very common practice when working with databases. The value inside a nullable type can be accessed via
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