, DeathByVisualStudio wrote

I work with guys I've shown things like ?? to but they still like writing statements like:

if (isDirty != null && isDirty == true){

Forget the adoption of ??; comparing a Boolean? They say that it's more readable. Ug...

(Ok, a nullable Boolean is a bad example but you get what I mean.)

Ugh is right. Although if you didn't know what ?? does, this might be a little confusing to some:

if (isDirty ?? false){     Save()}

But that is when curiosity should lead you to find out WTF the ?? operator is for, and then you might actually learn something.