jastrachan | 7 Jul 16:20 2004

Re: using || and && in a more clever way

On 7 Jul 2004, at 15:13, John Wilson wrote:
> I don't think I agree with that. We are effectively saying the boolean 
> can have two new representations (null and non null). This logically 
> leads us to allowing

No we're just saying when coercing an expression to a boolean, we treat 
null as false. There is only one representation of boolean (well two, 
boolean and Boolean.FALSE)