How to check that an argument to be not null when other argument is not present

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      Below is the C# code where I am creating this powershell cmdlt which has two argument MaxAge and ContinuationToken. I would like

      • MaxAge to be mandatory when Continuation token is not provided.
      • ContinuationToken if provided to be mandatory and MaxAge to be optional.
      • ContinuationToken cannot be null whenever it is provided and it should be prompted to user to provide that value

      I am able to achieve my 1st two scenario but unable to achieve the last one. Below is my pwshell cmdlet and my C# code. Please advice:

      [Cmdlet(VerbsCommon.Get, "ChangedRecordings", DefaultParameterSetName = GetChangedRecordingsCmd.ParamSetCloud)]
      public class GetChangedRecordingsCmd : PwshCmd

      {
      protected const string ParamSetCloud = "Cloud";
      protected const string ParamSetFile = "File";

      [Parameter(Mandatory = true,
      Position = 0, ParameterSetName = ParamSetCloud,
      ValueFromPipeline = true,
      ValueFromPipelineByPropertyName = true, HelpMessage = "Provide the maximum age of recordings from the change feed")]
      [Parameter(Mandatory = false, ParameterSetName = ParamSetFile)]
      public TimeSpan MaxAge { get; set; }

      [Parameter(Position = 1,Mandatory = true,
      ValueFromPipeline = true, ParameterSetName = ParamSetFile,
      ValueFromPipelineByPropertyName = true, HelpMessage = "Provide a continuation token for the change feed")]

      public string ContinuationToken { get; set; }

      protected override void BeginProcessing()
      {
      if (ParameterSetName.Equals(ParamSetFile) && string.IsNullOrWhiteSpace(ContinuationToken))
      {
      WriteWarning("Continuation Token can't be null. Please pass a valid Continuation Token");
      }
      }

      protected override void ProcessRecord()
      {
      //My opeartions
      WriteObject(new { ContinuationToken = result, Recordings = recs });
      }

      Powershell Cmndlet(Token File path contains the Continuation token. As per above scenario that can be blank and I need to handle this in C#)

      param (
        $TokenFilePath = 'C:\Users\Desktop\ContinuationToken.txt',
        $MaxAge = '2'
      )
      $existingToken = Get-Content -Path $TokenFilePath
      $recordings = Get-ChangedRecordings -ContinuationToken $existingToken -MaxResults 10
      Write-Host $recordings.Recordings.Count
      $recordings.ContinuationToken|Set-Content -Path $TokenFilePath
      $recs = $recordings.Recordings

       

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