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Hello Everyone, The Safe Navigation Operator in Apex is a feature that allows you to safely access object properties or methods without causing a null reference exception. It is represented by the ?. symbol and is used to check whether an object is null before accessing its properties or invoking its methods. This operator is particularly useful when working with complex object hierarchies or chained method calls, where intermediate objects or methods could potentially be null. The Safe Navigation Operator helps prevent null reference exceptions and improves the reliability of your code. To use the Safe Navigation Operator in Apex, you simply append the ?. symbol after the object or variable you want to access, followed by the property or method you want to invoke. If the object is null, the expression will return null without throwing a NullPointerException. In addition to using the Safe Navigation Operator to check whether an object is null, you can also use it in combination with the null coalescing operator (??) to provide a default value in case the accessed property or method returns null. Overall, the Safe Navigation Operator is a powerful and useful feature in Apex that can help you write more robust and reliable code. It is an essential tool for any Apex developer, and mastering its use can greatly improve the quality of your code. 📌 Find the Salesforce Related tutorials below: 📌Lightning Administrator: 📌Lightning Development: 📌Lightning Web Component: 📌JavaScript for Lightning Web Component: 📌Salesforce Lightning Flow Builder : 📌Salesforce Lightning Component : 📌Salesforce Integrations: Contact Me - 📌Website 📌FaceBook 📌LinkedIn 📌Pinterest 📌Quora 📌Telegram 📌Blog 🔔 Subscribe to my YouTube channel #salesforcehunt

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