This blog article explains that, and why, a late change to the implementation of nullable types is being made in the runtime, making nullables an intrinsic type. This solves the problems that many had reported when nullables were used in situations where boxing occurred, and where null comparisons were made involving generic types. Read the original article for the details, this is good news!
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