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Revision: 10462
at December 30, 2008 14:53 by mordecaix7

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Nullable<int> x;

int y = x ?? -1;

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If you set the int keyword to be Nullable, then when x is declared there it's set to null.
On the second line, the "??" are saying if x is null then assign -1 instead.

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Assign Default Value to Variable if Second Variable is Null

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