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Validate numeric textbox using int.tryparse visual C#.NET

, 3 Oct 2011 CPOL
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Validate numeric textbox using int.tryparse visual C#.NET
Hi there, I would like to post this simple example of tryparse method to validate a textbox. We use two textboxes and one button.
The idea is to enter a value in textbox1 and show the validation result on textbox2 when the event is fired, a message will appear in the end which will depend on whether we entered a number or alphabet. (I haven't gone as far as validating symbol yet).
I apologize before hand if it turns out there is a better example somewhere in this great forum.
Here's how I wrote the syntax.
private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
    int number2;
    if (int.TryParse(textBox1.Text, out number2))
        textBox2.Text = ("tryparse method succeed");
    else { textBox2.Text=("value entered is not numeric"); }
It's simple and easy, and it just happened its written out there in different examples, I thought I re-post it here, with a little modification.
God bless whoever invented the initial tryparse and those who bother writing down the many examples of tryparse.


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QuestionPlease explain Pinmemberatjoshi30-Jul-12 21:59 
GeneralReason for my vote of 3 Validation should be performed first... PinmemberDrABELL13-Sep-11 4:33 
GeneralIf you are using int.tryParse to validate the value you may ... PinmemberReiss13-Sep-11 2:23 
GeneralRe: That make sense, thank you. Feel free to edit the material a... PinmemberAria Wijaya13-Sep-11 2:42 

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