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C maskedtextbox validatingtype

This property determines whether the string returned by the Text property includes literals and/or prompt characters.

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This property is similar to Mask Completed property with the exception that it also encompasses optional inputs specified in the Mask property.

To compare these properties and to demonstrate their usefulness when it comes to validating, we will look at validating a phone number.

The decimal (.), thousandths (,), time (:), date (/), and currency ($) symbols default to displaying those symbols as defined by the application's culture.

You can force them to display symbols for another culture by using the A date (day, numeric month, year) in international date format.

The designer has a useful set of predefined masks such as date time formats, phone numbers, and zip codes.

You can access the predefined mask via the Property Pane: Or directly in the designer: If you need to create you own format, please refer to the following table or go to the Mask Property MSDN Help Page for more details.

Use this method to determine if the content of the Mask Text Box is valid.