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I'll add to Eddy's information, except as applies to WPF.

This is probably the simplest view, but I use INotifyPropertyChanged for program properties that are bound to screen controls. When the program is changing the value rather than the user it lets you update the value whenever you like, and the screen updates naturally. The benefit of doing things this way is that the relationship between the property and the control is defined by the binding, so that it works the same everywhere. You don't have to worry about changing update code wherever you change the value.

I'll admit I don't particularly like the binding mechanism. It's complex and expressing bindings directly in XAML can be an exercise in frustration. I set most of my bindings in the C# code-behind because the XAML syntax is so awkward.
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