throw null;

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I found this somewhere and I think it’s worth to write a short (only a very short) entry.

throw null;

If you use this expression in your C# code it will throw a NullReferenceException. That is because the throw-statement needs an object of type Exception as its single parameter. But this very object is null in my example.

I like this way to produce some exception while testing code.

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