List<byte> LogEvents = new List<byte>();
	//or for a class:
	List<LogEventClass> LogEvents = new List<LogEventClass>();

Adding Objects

	LogEventClass LogEvent1 = new LogEventClass();
Add Array


Removing Objects

Find the object index then


There is also RemoveRange or just Remove where you specify an exact match for it to find and remove.

Total Number Of Objects In A List

	for (Count = 0; Count < LogEvents.Count; Count++)

Reading A List Item

Use an index as with an array.

	SomeVariable = LogEvents[Index];

Working Through A List

	for each (LogEventClass LogEvent in LogEvents)

Clear A List


Convert List To An Array

Use .ToArray();

Copy An Array To A List

	List<LogEventClass> LogEvents = new List<LogEventClass>(SomeArray);


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