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By mswatcher
Submitted: Jul 07 2014 / 10:08

Regular instance methods throw a NullReferenceException when called on a null instance. However, extension methods are static methods and thus can choose how to handle null values. We can use this to create methods that appear to be instance methods, but don't throw a NullReferenceException when invoked on a null instance.
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