I appreciate your answer but there is no available book here in my country. If i buy it online i can't afford it. Thank you for your answer
According to your homepage your country is USA where you can buy books on every subject you may need. Secondly if you cannot afford to buy a book then I suggest you try some of the tutorials on the internet as you obviously have access to that. There are hundreds of articles here on The Code Project, and other sites, to get you started.
Your question is far too general for anyone here to give you a simple answer, you must do your own work first.
oh I'm sorry i did not notice that my country was in USA i will change it immediately sorry for the confusion sorry .... I may have an internet it is not good for playing video though .... again i an deeply apologize for the confusion of the country post homepage... I am not looking for a debate ...I appreciate that you have concern about my study habit... if you think this is just a shallow question then i will delete this thread after i figure how i can delete it... again i thank you and i apologize for the confusion
No, your question is fine. I was just trying to explain that what you are asking for cannot be answered in a forum like this, as it would take too long. If you read some of the introduction articles on the subject of your choice they will show you how to do the things you want to learn. Then when you find something that you have difficulty understanding, or that does not seem to work, you can post a question and people will try to help.
How to handle WPF datagrid row double click event? I tried with PreviewMouseClick. But it is getting throwed when clicked on header also.
Private Sub dbGrid_PreviewMouseDoubleClick(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.Windows.Input.MouseButtonEventArgs) Handles dbGrid.PreviewMouseDoubleClick
If Not dbGrid.SelectedItem Is Nothing Then
MsgBox(DirectCast(DirectCast(DirectCast(dbGrid.SelectedItem, System.Object), System.Data.DataRowView).Row, System.Data.DataRow).ItemArray(0).ToString)
e.Handled = True
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