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(string sortOrder, string currentFilter, string searchString, int? page)

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What does int? page mean? Not really sure....
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the ? indicates a nullable type, so in your code page is of type int that can be nullable, see :

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/1t3y8s4s.aspx
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It is shorthand for Nullable<int> which means the value of page can be an integer or null.
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