Dear all, what is a good way to implement a textbox that can only receive number? when I tried to implement it using text_updated event it runs so slow that it disturb overall process (my menu stop working) or even better, what method to overwrite in wxtextctrl class to achieve the goal? Regards Hendra
on 2010-04-06 11:14
on 2010-04-06 13:05
Hi Hendra hendra kusuma wrote: > what is a good way to implement a textbox that can only receive number? The best way is to use Validators. There's a pre-built one for controlling numerics: Wx::TextCtrl.new(parent, :validator => Wx::TextValidator.new(Wx::FILTER_NUMERIC) ) cheers alex
on 2010-04-07 05:52
On Tue, Apr 6, 2010 at 6:04 PM, Alex Fenton <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > Wx::TextCtrl.new(parent, > :validator => Wx::TextValidator.new(Wx::FILTER_NUMERIC) ) > I tried filter_numeric before and found out if it only filter input, not realy confirm if the number correct I try to workaround a bit using key_update event and filter some more key like + - , . e well, it works well, the trick is to use* change_value*, not *set_value* somehow, when I try to add humanizing number function, I got stuck (humanizing = 10000 -> 10,000) because I cannot move my cursor / insert point to the last of textctrl and *set_insertion_point_end* does not seem to work is there a way to fix this?