C# - How To Add An Item To A Cached Collection

Mar 29, 2011

I would like to cache a collection in the viewstate, but I wonder if there is a better way to add an item to this collection!

private List<MyClass> CachedItems
get { return (List<MyClass>)ViewState["CachedItems"]; }
set { ViewState["CachedItems"] = value; }
private void AddToCachedItems(MyClass item)
CachedItems = CachedItems.Concat(new[] { item }).ToList();

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