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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: how to enter unix key

    hello,

    need help if someone have an ideas on how to set unix value or text in the text box.

    E.g; user just need to enter 'A' but not 'a' in text box.

    any ideas pls tell me..help will be appraciated.

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    I have no idea what you are trying to do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oasislah
    hello,
    E.g; user just need to enter 'A' but not 'a' in text box.
    any ideas pls tell me..help will be appraciated.
    You can use the InputMask property of a TextBox
    yourTextBox.InputMask = ">LLLLLLL"

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    thans hambakka for your help..

    I was tried to follow ur idaes with set ">LLLLLLL" in the input mask properties, but still did'nt work. the result I can't to key in anything in that text box. anyway? ...

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    Sorry, do you want to write in the TextBox or not?
    In that example you can input any alpha value, It will be converted to Big lietters
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    thank 4 attachment..

    here I want to enter/write in the text box.thank 4 any help.

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    YES.. that what I'm trying to do...but can u tell me how to do it?

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    Did you try the attached file? Is that not what you want. Sorry I don't understand what you mean.

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    Yes something like you attached to me thanks..but I checked at properties theres nothing not set.So how u make it?

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    Just look at the code, in the Open event of the Form. I put there the
    yourTextBox.InputMask=">LLLLLLLLLLLL"

  11. #11
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    hello hammbakka..

    thanks 4 ur idea....I've got it..about the calculation also..can you help me?If can, just tell me...I have created this problem in the new thread list...pls help if u can..your help fully appreciated..thanks a lot.

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    but still the problem with variable not define...should I to define the textbox?or yourtextbox?

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