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Operator '=' is not defined for type 'DBNull' and type 'Integer'

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I am migrating vb6 project to vb.net. there are variant type arrays that I migrated as object types.
having this code line I get the error: Operator '=' is not defined for type 'DBNull' and type 'Integer'
                    If arrY(13, X) = gloT And (CBool(arrY(18, X)) = True Or (CBool(arrY(18, X)) = False And arr(65, X) = 100)) Then  
arr(65, X) has a null value . If I cannt initialize it to 0 how can I avoid the exception?
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