This may be too late, but for other new blood on VB out there, here's something simple.
Property Changed Public Sub On Property Change(By Val e As Property Changed Event Args) If Not Property Changed Event Is Nothing Then Raise Event Property Changed(Me, e) End If End Sub End Class Public With Events _Your Variable as New Properties Public Sub New() Initialize Component() With Your Text Box . "All that shit" in the first example makes it so the end user cannot even enter anything but a numeric value into the box, in the second method it makes it so they can enter whatever but when it sends the changes to the property the handler takes out all the non numeric values rather than giving any errors. Key Press Dim tb As Text Box = CType(sender, Text Box) If Not Is Numeric(e.
I don't want it to take a string or any number above 10. Key Press '97 - 122 = Ascii codes for simple letters '65 - 90 = Ascii codes for capital letters '48 - 57 = Ascii codes for numbers If Asc(e.
Right Then ' A non-numerical keystroke was pressed. Shift Then non Number Entered = True End If End Function This will allow numbers like 2/4 or numbers like 3.5 to be entered in your textbox if using decim "non Number Entered(e, Textbox1, True)".
In this article we will learn how to create Text Box and Label control at run time in
There are many situations in windows application development when we need to create windows controls at run time.
[Code explanation] On the button click procedure write the code to create an object of Text Box class, and set the properties like name, Size and location, and then we add this control to Group Box control with the help of Controls.
Key Down 'you can enter decimal "if non Number Entered(e, Text Box1, True) then" 'otherwise just numbers "if non Number Entered(e, Text Box1) then" If non Number Entered(e, Text Box1, True) Then e.