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Hello, I have created a gridview which contains columns like patient name,test name,test id,date. i want to get the value of the the selected row and store in a variable and when i click on proceed button thn i shud be able to pass the selected values on next page


u can use this Code

'=============Form which Contains Grid==============='
Private sub Proceed()
Dim SR as new SelectedRow

Sr.Col1 = DataGrid.SelectedRows(0).Cells(0).Value.ToString()
Sr.Col2 = DataGrid.SelectedRows(0).Cells(1).Value.ToString()
Sr.Col3 = DataGrid.SelectedRows(0).Cells(2).Value.ToString()
Sr.Col4 = DataGrid.SelectedRows(0).Cells(3).Value.ToString()
Dim Frm2 as New Form2(SR)
End Sub

'============Make a New Class============'
Class SelectedRow

Public Col1 as String
Public Col2 as String
Public Col3 as String
Public Col4 as String

End Class

'===============New Form to Show your Selected Row Values============'
Class Form2

Public Sub New(ByVal objSelectedRow as SelectedRow)
dim Val1 as string = objSelectedRow.Col1
dim Val2 as string = objSelectedRow.Col2
dim Val3 as string = objSelectedRow.Col3
dim Val4 as string = objSelectedRow.Col4
End Sub

End Sub

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What I would do is create a class that exposes the row values as public properties. In the second form I would have a variable that returns an instance of that class. Then I would create a constructor for the second form that accepts an instance of the class as a parameter. Then I would retrieve the info from the selected row, ceate an instance of my class, and call my second form using my instantiated class in the constructor.

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