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Calling CellEndEdit Event of DataGridView

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I am triying to call CellEndEdit Event programmatically for example when I say
DataGridView1.Rows[3].Cells[3].Value = "4" in code the CellEndEdit should work because
I try to get (sender as DataGridView).Columns[(sender as DataGridView).CurrentCell.ColumnIndex].Name; and also some works in that event.
So How can I do that?
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