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To summarize what Luc is saying:

"myString += myItem.ToString()" will create a new string object every time it is used. This means that if you called this in a loop that executed 500 times, you would be creating/trashing and object 499 times!

Think of it this way: The StringBuilder optimizes the creation of large string objects.
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