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Getting text changes

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1276 Oct 10,2002 01:55 AM Oct 14,2002 06:42 PM Windows Forms 3
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Alexander Hutter
Asked On October 10, 2002 01:55 AM

Hi All, I am using the Edit – Control version 1.1 and like to react after the text in the control has been changed. My control is derived form the EditControl class. Could you pleas help me, and say what I have to do for getting these text changes. Thanks a lot kind regards, Alex

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On October 11, 2002 08:08 AM

Alex, In the latest Edit code, an event TextChanged can be used to detect any text change. However, this event does not give the changed text (either added or deleted) and its location. It seems that directly comparing the old text and new text in the edit control is not a feasible way to get the changed text. The undo/redo stack might be used for this purpose, but some enhancements are still needed. A support engineer will contact with you regarding this problem. Thanks for choosing Syncfusion Suite. Syncfusion Technical Support > Hi All, > > I am using the Edit – Control version 1.1 and like to react after the text in the control has been changed. My control is derived form the EditControl class. > Could you pleas help me, and say what I have to do for getting these text changes. > > Thanks a lot > kind regards, > Alex >

Alexander Hutter
Replied On October 14, 2002 04:01 AM

Hello, I do not need to get the changed text so it is OK to get the TextChanged event, but this event does not occur. Kind regards Alex > Alex, > > In the latest Edit code, an event TextChanged can be used to detect any text change. However, this event does not give the changed text (either added or deleted) and its location. It seems that directly comparing the old text and new text in the edit control is not a feasible way to get the changed text. The undo/redo stack might be used for this purpose, but some enhancements are still needed. A support engineer will contact with you regarding this problem. > > Thanks for choosing Syncfusion Suite. > > Syncfusion Technical Support > > > Hi All, > > > > I am using the Edit – Control version 1.1 and like to react after the text in the control has been changed. My control is derived form the EditControl class. > > Could you pleas help me, and say what I have to do for getting these text changes. > > > > Thanks a lot > > kind regards, > > Alex > >

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On October 14, 2002 06:42 PM

Alex, This event was added after version 1.1. A support engineer will send you the instructions to download the latest code. Sorry for the confusion. Thanks for choosing Essential Suite. Syncfusion Technical Support > Hello, > > I do not need to get the changed text so it is OK to get the TextChanged event, but this event does not occur. > > Kind regards > Alex > > > > Alex, > > > > In the latest Edit code, an event TextChanged can be used to detect any text change. However, this event does not give the changed text (either added or deleted) and its location. It seems that directly comparing the old text and new text in the edit control is not a feasible way to get the changed text. The undo/redo stack might be used for this purpose, but some enhancements are still needed. A support engineer will contact with you regarding this problem. > > > > Thanks for choosing Syncfusion Suite. > > > > Syncfusion Technical Support > > > > > Hi All, > > > > > > I am using the Edit – Control version 1.1 and like to react after the text in the control has been changed. My control is derived form the EditControl class. > > > Could you pleas help me, and say what I have to do for getting these text changes. > > > > > > Thanks a lot > > > kind regards, > > > Alex > > >

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