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Default Sending data to next page (C#)

I am developing a webform to view the entries in datagrid. i have created a Template column in datagrid to EDIT & DELETE the records.if i click EDIT in datagrid, it should transfer the corresponding data to another page (text boxes). I have seen many examples to send data thru urls using HYPERLINK column or link buttons ... How is it possible to use template column to transfer the value?. please help me out

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