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QuestionWhere to call OnPropertyChanged Pin
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You can call it from anywhere; it's purpose is to notify the "UI" that there is new info in the data source and the "display" needs updating.

The point is, you may have an updated data source but that does NOT imply that the UI has to also be updated at that point ... maybe the update should be deferred (for now).

For example, I have a real-time app that displays many "numbers" that are calculated; some fields on the display are based on other numbers being displayed. There is no point doing "UI updates" for each calculation ... I do all my calcs, then I call OnPropertyChanged at the end of my calc routine.

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