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LCase - UCase combination in Mask edit

Hi, I need a quick help. I am using the 1.6.5 version. In my mask control i want the First Character to be UpperCase and rest characters are not case sensitive. Please help in solving this problem. Thanks in advance. Regards, RamaRao.

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AD Administrator Syncfusion Team December 29, 2003 05:20 AM

Hi Rama Rao, I assume that you are referring to our MaskedEditBox control here. You could accomplish this by placing the first character of the Mask within ''>'' and ''<''. This converts the first character to upper case. Any characters appearing after the ''>'' sign in the Mask will be displayed as upper case and any characters apperaing after ''<'' sign will be displayed as lower case. Please refer to the class reference for more information on MaskedEditBox''s Mask property. Please refer to the sample_application attached and let me know if you need any other information. Thanks for considering Syncfusion products. Regards, Guru Patwal Syncfusion, Inc.


JR JANAKI RAMARAO December 29, 2003 08:22 PM

Thanks Guru, But what i need is not this. I should not ristrict the user to any case(either Upper nor lower) for the characters other than first one. i mean first character in the string should be Capital irespective of userinput and rest are optional. The suggestion given by u restricts the characters to Lowercase.(otherthan the first Character) >Hi Rama Rao, > >I assume that you are referring to our MaskedEditBox control here. You could accomplish this by placing the first character of the Mask within ''>'' and ''<''. This converts the first character to upper case. Any characters appearing after the ''>'' sign in the Mask will be displayed as upper case and any characters apperaing after ''<'' sign will be displayed as lower case. Please refer to the class reference for more information on MaskedEditBox''s Mask property. Please refer to the sample_application attached and let me know if you need any other information. Thanks for considering Syncfusion products. > >Regards, >Guru Patwal >Syncfusion, Inc.


AD Administrator Syncfusion Team December 30, 2003 07:05 AM

Hi Rama Rao, Thanks for the update. Presently our MaskedEditBox does not have any Mask that can support this kind of display. However we have considered it as a feature request and will try our best to implement this at the earliest. I will notify you when we accomplish this. We appreciate your feedback on this issue, and thanks for choosing Syncfusion products. Regards, Guru Patwal Syncfusion, Inc.

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