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Working with null values

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This week's .NET e-newsletter discusses working with null values in the .NET Framework. Can you think of any other helpful hints for working with null values? Please let us know whether you think this tip is useful. Also, please tell us what topics you want to see in future editions of this e-newsletter.

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never equal to anything

by nenad In reply to Working with null values

I just want to add small remark to this quote:
>>You can utilize the DBNull object by way of
>>its Value property. This represents a null
>>value, which is never equal to anything.

This would in other words mean that Equals()always returns false. As a consequence, there would be no practical value of using DBNull at all.


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