The WPF Currency TextBox control provides a simple and intuitive interface to display and edit culture-specific currency values. It supports culture-based formatting, number formatting, minimum and maximum value validation, watermark support, built-in themes, a range adorner, right-to-left support, positive and negative colors, and more.
The numeric textbox can be formatted based on the number formats listed on MSDN. Through formatting, the number of currency decimal digits, the currency decimal separator, and the group separator can be provided.
Minimum and maximum value validation can be done within the given range. Users can choose when the validation needs to be carried out, either while entering the value or when the control loses its focus. The Currency TextBox control also allows users to do custom validation on their own.
The WPF Currency TextBox control comes with internationalization support to adapt to any culture through simple settings.
Watermarks provide additional hints to users about the value they need to enter in the textbox.
The WPF Currency TextBox provides built-in themes like Office2016, Office2013, Metro, and Blend.
Set different fore colors based on positive, negative, and zero color.
Increase or decrease a value just by scrolling the mouse or through extended scrolling. Display the entered value with progress notation.
The control supports right-to-left (RTL) direction for users working in right-to-left languages like Hebrew, Arabic, or Persian.
Increment or decrement values through keyboard down and up operations. Change the values through mouse wheel operations.