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ASP.net C# GridView Double Click event

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I am new to C#. On my ASP.net WebForm I need to run code when a GridView is double clicked. When I double click on the GridView in design mode, I can find the SelectedIndex changed event. How do I find the Double cLick event?

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The GridView itself does not have a double click event.

Double click anywhere on the GridView or double click on a row?

Look at this. The author is using ButtonFields to capture the click events but is then hiding them so it appears that you are clicking the GridView row.

http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/15677/Clickable-and-Double-Clickable-Rows-with-GridView
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