The .NET MAUI Masked Entry is an advanced input control that restricts user input to certain characters using a mask pattern. This control is used to create templates for providing information such as telephone numbers, email IDs, IP addresses, and product keys.
The .NET MAUI Masked Entry control provides two types of masks: simple and regex. Each has a different set of mask elements that are combined to form a mask expression.
Generate expressions with very simple mask elements. This is mainly used for fixed-length inputs.
Use regex masks to create more complex expressions for input data.
Format input values with literals and prompt characters.
Set up the Masked Entry to exclude prompt and literal characters, preserving only the typed characters.
Maintain typed, prompt, and literal characters in the input.
Set up the Masked Entry to preserve typed and prompt characters, excluding literals.
Keep typed and literal characters in the input but exclude prompt characters.
Special symbols like currency symbols, date separators, decimal separators, and others are applied based on the specified culture.
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