cori cori - 1 year ago 74
C# Question

What's the difference between 'int?' and 'int' in C#?

I am 90% sure I saw this answer on stackoverflow before, in fact I had never seen the "int?" syntax before seeing it here, but no matter how I search I can't find the previous post, and it's driving me crazy.

It's possible that I've been eating the funny mushrooms by accident, but if I'm not, can someone please point out the previous post if they can find it or re-explain it? My stackoverflow search-fu is apparently too low....

Answer Source

int? is shorthand for Nullable<int>.

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