c# WPF ListBox adding string data to if from another class

Hello,

I have a question regarding C# WPF application i am making.

I have ListBox element in my application.

Now the data i want to display on it is located in other Classes (basically i want to have a Logger to log
everything that does on in my aplication).

I am lost of hot to display the data on my ListBox from another class.

If anyone could explain that to me based on code sample that would be great!

Thank you!
andy gehoxAsked:
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David L. HansenProgrammer AnalystCommented:
Can you give an example of what the desired data will look like in the ListBox? Dates, Names, Long strings of unrelated data on each line...what? Then we will have an idea of what kind of data (and how much will be coming out of your other classes.

It may also help to know what you want to have happen when something is selected in the the ListBox.
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andy gehoxAuthor Commented:
I have partially solved it my self.

Will post another question more detailed because i ran into bunch of problems and its not in context of this question.

Thank you for now.
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