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I want to check whether the give value in textbox is in range or not.I want to check it on focus lost. I have written following code but it give error which say incorrect input string
Thanks In Advance
private void txtbx_Capcity_LostFocus(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
            double txtbx = Convert.ToDouble(txtbx_Capcity.Text);
            if (txtbx > 30)
                txtbx_Capcity.Text = "0";
                MessageBox.Show("Out Of Range");
                txtbx = Convert.ToDouble(txtbx_Capcity.Text);
                txtbx_Capcity.Text = Math.Round(txtbx, 2).ToString();
            e.Handled = true;
Posted 29-Jan-13 20:43pm

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Solution 1

If the text isn't in a format that can be converted to a double then the Convert.ToDouble will throw an exception - so you rpobably want to catch that exception and tell the user.
See the docco here[^] which gives examples of catching the exception.

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