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Linq.NullableOperators Module (F#)

Den Delimarsky|Last Updated: 7/5/2016
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Operators for working with nullable values.

Namespace/Module Path: Microsoft.FSharp.Linq

Assembly: FSharp.Core (in FSharp.Core.dll)

Syntax

[<AutoOpen>]
module NullableOperators

Values

ValueDescription
( %? )The modulus operator where a nullable value appears on the right.
( *? )The multiplication operator where a nullable value appears on the right.
( -? )The addition operator where a nullable value appears on the right.
( -? )The subtraction operator where a nullable value appears on the right.
( /? )The division operator where a nullable value appears on the right.
( <=? )The <= operator where a nullable value appears on the right.
( <>? )The <> operator where a nullable value appears on the right.
( <? )The < operator where a nullable value appears on the right.
( =? )The = operator where a nullable value appears on the right.
( >=? )The >= operator where a nullable value appears on the right.
( >? )The '>' operator where a nullable value appears on the right.
( ?% )The modulus operator where a nullable value appears on the left.
( ?%? )The modulus operator where a nullable value appears on both left and right sides.
( ?* )The multiplication operator where a nullable value appears on the left.
( ?*? )The multiplication operator where a nullable value appears on both left and right sides.
( ?- )The addition operator where a nullable value appears on the left.
( ?-? )The addition operator where a nullable value appears on both left and right sides.
( ?- )The subtraction operator where a nullable value appears on the left.
( ?-? )The subtraction operator where a nullable value appears on both left and right sides .
( ?/ )The division operator where a nullable value appears on the left.
( ?/? )The division operator where a nullable value appears on both left and right sides.
( ?< )The < operator where a nullable value appears on the left.
( ?<= )The <= operator where a nullable value appears on the left.
( ?<=? )The <= operator where a nullable value appears on both left and right sides.
( ?<> )The <> operator where a nullable value appears on the left.
( ?<>? )The <> operator where a nullable value appears on both left and right sides.
( ?<? )The < operator where a nullable value appears on both left and right sides.
( ?= )The = operator where a nullable value appears on the left.
( ?=? )The = operator where a nullable value appears on both left and right sides.
( ?> )The > operator where a nullable value appears on the left.
( ?>= )The >= operator where a nullable value appears on the left.
( ?>=? )The >= operator where a nullable value appears on both left and right sides.
( ?>? )The > operator where a nullable value appears on both left and right sides.

Platforms

Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2008 R2

Version Information

F# Core Library Versions

Supported in: 4.0, Portable

See Also

Microsoft.FSharp.Linq Namespace (F#)

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