nullShortingTermination property

Expression nullShortingTermination

Returns the expression that terminates any null shorting that might occur in this expression. This may be called regardless of whether this expression is itself null-aware.

For example, the statement a?.b[c] = d; contains the following null-shortable subexpressions:

  • a?.b
  • a?.b[c]
  • a?.b[c] = d

Calling nullShortingTermination on any of these subexpressions yields the expression a?.b[c] = d, indicating that the null-shorting induced by the ?. causes the rest of the subexpression a?.b[c] = d to be skipped.


Expression get nullShortingTermination;