Often I find I need to do math with optional ints:
if (someOptionalIntExpression > 0)
Of course those types don’t match. So I could write:
if (someOptionalIntExpression != null && someOptionalIntExpression > 0)
Of course further, if someOptionalIntExpression is really an expression, it might need to be extracted to a local, for the compiler to know that the expression can’t mutate.
Is there a Kotlin idiom that helps? Also, I similarly would like to do:
if (someOptionalInt1 + someOptionalInt2 > 0), which is an extension of the first issue.