Nullable<T>.Implicit(T to Nullable<T>) Operator
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Creates a new Nullable<T> object initialized to a specified value.
public: static operator Nullable<T>(T value);
public static implicit operator T? (T value);
static member op_Implicit : 'T -> Nullable<'T (requires 'T : struct)>
Public Shared Widening Operator CType (value As T) As Nullable(Of T)
A value type.
A Nullable<T> object whose Value property is initialized with the
The Value property of the new Nullable<T> value is initialized to the
value parameter and the HasValue property is initialized to
The equivalent method for this operator is Nullable<T>.Nullable<T>(T)
In C# and Visual Basic, an implicit conversion from
T to Nullable<T> does not invoke this operator because these languages have special rules for the conversion. This operator is provided for the benefit of languages that do not have such special rules.
In C# and Visual Basic, an implicit conversion from a
Nothing literal to Nullable<T> produces a Nullable<T> value whose HasValue property is initialized to
false. The conversion occurs at compile time in these languages and does not invoke any operator.