Validating textbox in vb net


05-Aug-2016 13:27

IMO, for the good of the community (SE), he should be taught to indent the code.

And believe you me, if you ever see any hints of indenting, it's by accident.

This means that as a programmer, you have the power to supply the exact pattern for the input you desire in any text input field. Again, certain special characters are obviously not allowed.

Also, the more tests you are performing, the slower your app might become. For more information regarding Regular Expressions, you are welcome to look at these two MSDN articles: Because it is always easy to learn by doing things practically, you will be creating an app that makes use of Regular Expressions to determine valid input. NET application and design the form to resemble Figure 1. Obviously this only works for the formatting of the email.So, what I am trying to say is: make sure you understand other cultures, or be aware of people with uncommon names. Using Regular expressions here, is basically the standard, even though it is a bit messy. Focus() 'Return Focus End If End Sub Here, I created a separate function to do all the work. Add this to validate the surname textbox: Private Sub txt Surname_Leave(sender As Object, e As System. Leave 'Create A Pattern For Surname Dim str Surname As String = "^[a-z A-Z\s] $" Dim re Surname As New Regex(str Surname) 'Attach Pattern To Surname Textbox 'Not A Match If Not re Surname. Add the following code to validate your phone number textbox: 'Function To Check Phone Number Validity Public Function Validate Phone(By Val str Phone Num As String) As Boolean ''Create Reg Exp Pattern Dim str Phone Pattern As String = "^[1-9]\d-[1-9]\d-\d$" 'Create Reg Ex Object Dim re Phone As New Regex(str Phone Pattern) 'Something Typed In If Not String. This function is later called inside the textbox's Lost Focus event, which also fires when a control loses the focus. Keep in mind that each country has its own domain name, which sometimes will look like: Private Sub Validate Email() 'Set Up Reg Exp Pattern To Allow Most Characters, And No Special Characters Dim re Email As Regex = New Regex("([a-z A-Z0-9_\-\.] )@((\

I am trying to validate user input into a textbox to make sure that the user has entered a number that is in a decimal format. 15.1; 5.1 etc.) I think that I am close on the code below in terms of validating that the textbox input is a number but I am not sure how to validate the decimal. This example requires that a Text Box and Error Provider control have been created on a form.



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