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How to read gridview column and update the value in database in Windows form using C#

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I am having a datagridview in Windows form in C#.
It has 3 columns
ID, Name, Mobile and Email
The data gets populated in gridview on id and name,
Mobile and email columns are blank.

When i click on submit, the data should get updated in every row under that id in table.
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so you want Editable gridview ?
Is this data is coming from database i gridview ?
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