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[{“Name”:“2.0”,“GroupName”:”.NET”},{“Name”:“3.0”,“GroupName”:”.NET”},{“Name”:“3.5”,“GroupName”:”.NET”},{“Name”:“3.5 SP1”,“GroupName”:”.NET”},{“Name”:“4.0”,“GroupName”:”.NET”},{“Name”:“4.5”,“GroupName”:”.NET”},{“Name”:“4.5.1”,“GroupName”:”.NET”},{“Name”:“4.5.2”,“GroupName”:”.NET”},{“Name”:“4.6”,“GroupName”:”.NET”},{“Name”:“4.6.1”,“GroupName”:”.NET”},{“Name”:“4.6.2”,“GroupName”:”.NET”}]


It’s worth noting that on declaring a reference type, its initial value will be null. This is because it does not yet point to a location in memory, and is a perfectly valid state.

However, with the exception of nullable types, value types must typically always have a value.

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