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Occasionally when clicking on a red link, creating a page, or adding a discussion to any talk page (on mobile view), it may fail to do the requested action and redirect to this page; a null pointer in computing has a value saved for indicating that the pointer or reference does not refer to a valid object. Programs routinely use null pointers to represent conditions such as the end of a list of unknown length or the failure to perform some action, hence why this article was repeatedly recreated and thus deleted, making it the most deleted and recreated article on MicroWiki.