Existential Operator / Null Propagation Operator

Nick Krempel ndkrempel at google.com
Wed Apr 8 11:50:13 UTC 2015

On 7 April 2015 at 18:33, Christoph Pojer <christoph.pojer at gmail.com> wrote:

> it doesn't have to be a bug. It asserts that if a is not
> null/undefined, it must have a property b. This can be enforced
> through static typing.

Under option 1, that's not what it does. Since it's equivalent to
`(a?.b).c`, if a is null/undefined, it will always raise an error, so it's
more or less the same as just doing `a.b.c`.
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