Equals Null false positive

Reality.Stop() 3 years ago updated by Lazlo Bonin (Lead Developer) 3 years ago 4

Literal values are equated as equal to Null.  This isn't strictly a "valid" C# case, as these are non-nullable types, but I think the user would expect the answer to be False in this case.
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