Actually, it behaves like instance?.Val!= 0, where since the short-circuited null can't possibly equal 0, the whole expression is true. Frankly, there's not enough context to know what "the right way" to . Nothing to see here sir, move along.
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Given that you're in that situation, there may be some even better way to approach the scenario. Or maybe, just don't try to shoehorn null-conditional in here, since all it's going to do is make the code less readable. I created a fiddle of the problem. In this case, I would stick to the old null-check, since the code becomes less readable, it outweighs the benefit of saving a few typing.
With Null-Conditional operator returned value can always be null if instance?. So you should always check for nulls before comparing with anything: Pablo notPicasso 2, 3 12 You could make use of null coallescing operator: Val property as a Nullable. Steve Py 5, 1 10 GetValueOrDefault will be the same as instance?. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password. Post as a guest Name. Email Required, but never shown.
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