Courtesy of a link tweet from Ayende and a blog entry on DevTalk.net, here’s an interesting way
to avoid null checks in code: the
Since extension methods are really static methods with syntactic sugar, they can check for (and handle) null just like
any other parameter value.
This allows you to write the following extension method:
Why would you want this? Go read Chained null checks and the Maybe
monad to find out.