session null

Hello,
If the session time runs out I get an error when casting Session like this:  string myId=Session["MyId"].ToString();
Is there a build in feature in .net where I do not have to check if Session is null before I use it?
johnson1Asked:
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ChloesDadCommented:
No, if something could be null then you have to manually check in your code, otherwise you will get an error
Bob LearnedCommented:
What type of web site are you working with?
käµfm³d 👽Commented:
Starting with the next version of C#--due out with Visual Studio 2015--you will be able to use the null conditional operator ( ? ) when checking for nulls.

e.g.

string myId=Session["MyId"]?.ToString();

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But that means you have to upgrade, or course.

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johnson1Author Commented:
Thank you:-)
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