All of the NullableTypes objects and structures implement the INullable interface, reflecting the fact that, unlike the corresponding system types, NullableTypes can legally contain the value Null.
For a list of all members of this type, see INullable Members.
A Null is the absence of a value because of a missing, unknown, or inapplicable value. A Null should not be used to imply any other value (such as zero). Also any value (such as zero) should not be used to imply the absence of a value, that's why Null exists.
Assembly: NullableTypes (in NullableTypes.dll)