SqlExpressionNullability.cs source code in C# .NET

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                            using System; 
using System.Collections;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Data;
using System.Reflection; 
using System.Text;
using System.Linq; 
using System.Linq.Expressions; 
using System.Data.Linq;
using System.Data.Linq.Provider; 
using System.Diagnostics.CodeAnalysis;

namespace System.Data.Linq.SqlClient {
    internal static class SqlExpressionNullability {
        /// Determines whether the given expression may return a null result.
        /// The expression to check.
        /// null means that it couldn't be determined
        [SuppressMessage("Microsoft.Maintainability", "CA1502:AvoidExcessiveComplexity", Justification="These issues are related to our use of if-then and case statements for node types, which adds to the complexity count however when reviewed they are easy to navigate and understand.")]
        internal static bool? CanBeNull(SqlExpression expr) { 
            switch (expr.NodeType) {
                case SqlNodeType.ExprSet: 
                    SqlExprSet exprSet = (SqlExprSet)expr; 
                    return CanBeNull(exprSet.Expressions);
                case SqlNodeType.SimpleCase:
                    SqlSimpleCase sc = (SqlSimpleCase)expr;
                    return CanBeNull(sc.Whens.Select(w => w.Value));
                case SqlNodeType.Column:
                    SqlColumn col = (SqlColumn)expr; 
                    if (col.MetaMember != null) { 
                        return col.MetaMember.CanBeNull;
                    else if (col.Expression != null) {
                        return CanBeNull(col.Expression);
                    return null;  // Don't know. 

                case SqlNodeType.ColumnRef: 
                    SqlColumnRef cref = (SqlColumnRef)expr; 
                    return CanBeNull(cref.Column);
                case SqlNodeType.Value:
                    return ((SqlValue)expr).Value == null;

                case SqlNodeType.New: 
                case SqlNodeType.Multiset:
                case SqlNodeType.Grouping: 
                case SqlNodeType.DiscriminatedType: 
                case SqlNodeType.IsNotNull: // IsNull\IsNotNull always return true or false and can never return NULL.
                case SqlNodeType.IsNull: 
                case SqlNodeType.Exists:
                    return false;

                case SqlNodeType.Add: 
                case SqlNodeType.Sub:
                case SqlNodeType.Mul: 
                case SqlNodeType.Div: 
                case SqlNodeType.Mod:
                case SqlNodeType.BitAnd: 
                case SqlNodeType.BitOr:
                case SqlNodeType.BitXor:
                case SqlNodeType.Concat: {
                    SqlBinary bop = (SqlBinary)expr; 
                    bool? left = CanBeNull(bop.Left);
                    bool? right = CanBeNull(bop.Right); 
                    return (left != false) || (right != false); 
                case SqlNodeType.Negate:
                case SqlNodeType.BitNot: {
                    SqlUnary uop = (SqlUnary)expr;
                    return CanBeNull(uop.Operand); 
                case SqlNodeType.Lift: { 
                    SqlLift lift = (SqlLift)expr;
                    return CanBeNull(lift.Expression); 

                case SqlNodeType.OuterJoinedValue:
                    return true; 

                    return null; // Don't know. 

        /// Used to determine nullability for a collection of expressions.
        ///   * If at least one of the expressions is nullable, the collection is nullable. 
        ///   * If no expressions are nullable, but at least one is 'don't know', the collection is 'don't know'.
        ///   * Otherwise all expressions are non-nullable and the nullability is false. 
        private static bool? CanBeNull(IEnumerable exprs) {
            bool hasAtleastOneUnknown = false; 
            foreach(SqlExpression e in exprs) {
                bool? nullability = CanBeNull(e);

                // Even one expression that could return null means the 
                // collection can return null.
                if (nullability == true) 
                    return true; 

                // If there is one or more 'unknown' and no definitely nullable 
                // results then the collection nullability is 'unknown'.
                if (nullability == null)
                    hasAtleastOneUnknown = true;
            if (hasAtleastOneUnknown)
                return null; 
            return false;

// File provided for Reference Use Only by Microsoft Corporation (c) 2007.
// Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.


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