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How to make a slide control use decimals

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Hi I want to make my slide control increment by 0.1 each time I move the slide control up to 10 how do I make the control do this instead of interger values I want to use Double values.
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You might be interested in the following articles whihc both do allow floating point values for slider controls:

http://www.codeproject.com/KB/edit/smartedit.aspx ("A smart edit and linked slider control")
http://www.codeproject.com/KB/miscctrl/SliderGdiCtrl.aspx ("SliderGdiCtrl: Yet Another Slider Control - Accepts (Almost) All POD Types and Uses GDI+")
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