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C# C# Collections Lists Sorting Lists

Christian Gjerdingen
Christian Gjerdingen
3,574 Points

I want to compare nullable ints but they don't have a CompareTo method.

I'm trying to google the answer like a good soldier, but maybe it would be worth mentioning in the teachers notes or something.

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
218,583 Points

Just use standard comparison operators.

You can compare them with standard operators like "==", "!=", "<", ">", etc. Did you need to do anything that they won't work for?