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  • Note: I'll drop that criticism on the very first day that I see anybody at all in the entire public world of English-speaking political or social discourse actually say, out loud, that "racist truths" can actually describe a non-null set.

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  • Although fundamentalists and terrorists are sets with a non-null intersection, there are fundamentalists who are not terrorists and terrorists who are not fundamentalists.

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  • A non-null three-body experiment involving solar eclipses in the Sun-Earth-Moon system, showing that optical and “gravitational” eclipses do not coincide

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  • The real problem is that they are using a non-null value to represent a null value.

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  • As such, if _continuation is already non-null, then OnCompleted was already invoked, and we thus need to invoke the supplied Action _continuation here.

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  • If the _asyncResult field is non-null when IsCompleted is accessed, that means the callback has at least started running and filled in _asyncResult as part of that, but we don't know whether it's finished or not.

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  • In a database table, let's say I have a non-null field named "Description" with a default value of ( '').

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  • Note that when a field is inferred, all editors are consulted in order, and the first non-null result is used.

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  • CPBitArrayLeaf has a fixed size for keys-the number of non-null values affects its size, but the number of keys does not.

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  • In thinking about it more the suggestion made complete sense because I simply wanted to add all non-null token values into a List anyway.

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