IsNot in vbnet – a more readable way to check for Nothing
When I have written Vbnet and checked for Nothing I have chosen between
If Not( o Is Nothing ) Then
If False = o Is Nothing Then
If o Is Nothing Then
all ugly and/or hard to read but in their own way.
Some days ago I stumbled upon IsNot and since then my code looks nicer like so:
If o IsNot Nothing Then
I have been writing Vbnet for years without finding IsNot so I thought there are more out there with the same problem.
Tags: vbnet syntax