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null is one of the atomic objects in the E object model. Historically, it corresponds to the Java null value.

Unlike many other nulls such as in Java, C++, JavaScript, and Objective-C, you can invoke the null object's Miranda methods; using the call operator on null does not automatically throw an exception. null is not a magic not-an-object value; it is merely an object with no specific methods.

null is distinct from false, and is not treated as false in boolean contexts. null is atomic Selfless and DeepFrozen.

 ? null
 # value: null


We just said it doesn't have any!

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