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I have a C#.net 2010 new application that I am writing where I use linq to sql so I can work with the datacontext object. On the first menu tab page, I update the 'main'table with default values and values the user enters. The user clicks the next button the user is allowed to change some values based upon when customers submitted work. Basically some of the dates that are loaded on the first page come off of a schedule due date table. If the customer submits various parts of the paperwork late, the user changes the dates in the database.

So the question is if a date was loaded into a sql server 2008 r2 datqabase, and the user finds that they need to change the value to NULL is that allowed? Basically on some of the paperwork that is supplied by the customer if they do not supply a date, the data needs to be set to NULL. Thus in the application how do I pass the null value to the database via the datacontext object? Do I pass the value as '' or 'NULL', or some other value?

Thus can you tell me how to pass this Null value to the appropriate column in the database?
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