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Why do text binding work the way it does?
There is a TextBox on a Form which is bounded to the view model of a different View with the Text property bound to a string property on the view model, set in the UI Code-Behind.
The view model is not set to a property in code, instead the string property is set from a method on the view model:
Now, the second button, when clicked, will set the string property on the view model to the text in the text box (correctly) and the text box will be updated with the new string on the view model, but the UI on the form will not change to reflect the change in the property.
In other words, is there some kind of magic going on here, where the value of the text box, being bound to the string property on the view model is also bound to the string property on the view model.
The documentation on the WPF team site is also a little hard to follow as it talks about data binding to properties, not strings, but the general idea behind data binding is to get the value in the UI from a data source.