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Posted on 2006-10-27
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Hi all,

I have a textbox on my form and I would like the user to enter 4 numbers into it and have the textbox automatically format it to xx/xx as they are typing. I have tried using the below code but when I do once the first two numbers have been typed the cursor is moved back to the start of the box rather than after the "/"

If txtboxExp.Text.Length = 2 Then
       txtboxExp.Text = txtboxExp.Text & "/"
End If

Can someone let me know and easy way of creating a custom format for a textbox like this.
Thanks
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Question by:kiranboi
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ZeonFlash earned 2000 total points
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Try this:

            If txtboxExp.Text.Length = 2 Then
                  txtboxExp.Text = txtboxExp.Text & "/"
                  txtboxExp.SelectionStart = txtboxExp.Text.Length
            End If
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by:kiranboi
ID: 17818927
Perfect.

Thanx
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by:xersoft
ID: 17818938
If you are using .net 2.0 you can use the masked edit textbox and set the mask to "00/00" Does that provide what you are after?
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