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BindingList(Of T) VS List(Of T)

What are the differences between BindingList(Of T) and List(Of T)?
Can't you bind both to a control? When would you use one over the other?
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JRockFL
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JonMnyCommented:
Yes You can bind both of them, the Binding list of T also includeds events when items are added ,removed, etc

see this link for more info
http://blogs.msdn.com/dchandnani/archive/2005/03/12/394438.aspx

If you just want to display the information then the list(of T) works but if you want to track changes BindingList(Of T) is what you want
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