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Does 'domainUpDown' in Winform support autoComplete?

Posted on 2013-05-16
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If I use domainUpDown to display a range of selections: "Infinite", "30", "31", ..., "99999",
can I use 'AutoComplete' with 'domainUpDown'.

The reason I am asking is because, let's say the current value is now "9999", and
user wants to go back to "Infinite". It will be impossible to click it 9999 times.

Thanks in advance.
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You can either intercept the value changed in the numericupdown and when its over 9999 you set it to infinite, ou replace the numericupdown to a combobox (where you have an autocomplete feature)
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Thank you.
I am using a combobox as numericupdown hasn't got autocomplete.
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