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Can DisplayMask be applied for RadNumericTextBox?

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Rober Rajiv
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Rober Rajiv asked on 16 Apr 2010, 01:03 PM

Hi,

Currently I am using RadNumericTextBox for accepting decimal values. I need to set the MaxValue,MinValue and Precision which works fine with RadNumericTextBox.

However there is a need to set the masking for the numbers. The mask can be of any format. Few examples for the possible number format are

0                          -->          Displays numbers without any further formatting, for example: 1234.

#,##0                   -->          Formats numbers with the thousands separator, for example: 1,234.

#,##0;(#,##0)       -->          Formats numbers with the thousands separator, and places negative numbers in parentheses. For example:

• 1234 appears as 1,234

• -1234 appears as (1,234)

Also the masking is for Display purpose only and when I fetch the data for saving, I need only the values without any formatting applied on it.

Since the display masking is dynamic and I cannot enforce the same using DecimalSeperator, GroupSeperator and Precision property of the RadNumericTextBox

Is there a way to achieve this masking in RadNumericTextBox similar to what we have in radmaskedtextbox?

Conversely,  can I achieve all the above said (maxvalue, minvalue and precision including) in radmaskedtextbox?

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Maria Ilieva
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answered on 16 Apr 2010, 01:53 PM
Hello Rober Rajiv,

 Instead of using mask  I could suggest you to comine regular expression with RadNumericTextBox to additionally validate user input while typing. You can use RadNumericTextBox's OnKeyPress event to  validate by that regex.


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