[Question] why java cannot accept a convention to never pass/return null values?

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  • NullAway

    A tool to help eliminate NullPointerExceptions (NPEs) in your Java code with low build-time overhead

    I think there's some confusion here. I work (some) on Error Prone. It doesn't have support for nullness analysis, however there are things like NullAway that extend it for that. This might be what /u/mauganra_it is thinking of, perhaps.

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