As an O/R mapper developer I was looking forward to nullable types in .NET 2.0, so I could solve the problem of nullable value types in a solid way, but I just peeked into the new online .NET 2.0 Beta 2 documentation for VB.NET but I couldn't find any reference about nullable types in VB.NET.
I hope it's me overlooking something obvious, so my question is: does VB.NET have nullable types in .NET 2.0 ?
Edit I see there is a System.Nullable<T>. That would solve it to some degree I think. Any takers?
Edit2 Ok, the following links provide more information about how to use nullable value types in VB.NET 2.0:
Good to know I was overlooking something!