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C# WPF Datagrid row selected event

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Hi,

I have a wpf application which contains a grid which contains two datgrids.

The top datagrid is populated when the application loads up. The bottom datagrid is empty. What I would like to do is that when a user selects a row or cell in a row in the top datagrid that the bottom grid populates with certain data (dependent on the row selected).

How would I code that & what event would be best to use?

Thanks,
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Please try this link it contains the practical example with code for you.

WPF DataGrid Practical Examples

hope this helps.
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