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I am trying to find a list in a list of lists
and transfer that list to an other list
but I get the error Cannot implicitly convert type myServer..DownholeEquipment to systems.Collection.Generic.List<myserver..DownholeEquipment>
anyone know why/

 DownholeEquipmentView = new List<myServer.DownholeEquipment>();
            var results = currentDownholeEquipment.Find(c => c.ID == (uint)index);
            DownholeEquipmentView = results;//myServer.GetDownholeEquipment(index);

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Probably better to use something like:
DownholeEquipmentView = new List<myServer.DownholeEquipment>();
DownholeEquipmentView = (from equipment in currentDownholeEquipment where equipment.ID == (uint)index select equipment).ToList();

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Thank you IT worked like a chanp
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