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How to retrieve data from a datagrid

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I have a datagrid, and I am having a problem retrieving data from it at runtime. I use dataGrid1.CurrentRowIndex which gives me the current selected row, but I how do I proceed to retrieve that data that is stored in the first column in that row? I want to retrieve the data from the datagrid directly, not from the datagrids datasource (which is a dataset).
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Thak you, that did the trick!!!
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