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C# Add List<>  to another List<>

Posted on 2016-08-09
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So, I have a model.  I was using the below code.  I'm  adding data from a collection to another.  It was replacing it but I need to add it.
var data = (from mt in myObj
			where mt.Description == desc
			select mt).ToList();

if (data?.Count > 0)
{
	newModel = (from d in data    //Need to Add - This is replacing
			       select new otherModel()
				{
					Description = d.Description,
					Name = d.Name,
				}).ToList();
}

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I tried below
	newModel.Add(
                               (from d in data    //Need to Add - This is replacing
			       select new otherModel()
				{
					Description = d.Description,
					Name = d.Name,
				}).ToList();
				);

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But I'm getting the below error.
'System.Collections.Generic.List<DefinedModel>' to 'DefinedModel'
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Question by:CipherIS
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Solution is below
newModel.AddRange(
                               (from d in data    //Need to Add - This is replacing
			       select new otherModel()
				{
					Description = d.Description,
					Name = d.Name,
				}).ToList();
				);

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