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How to Fill the Mask Text box using asp .net

My Mask Text box is like this 

<uc1:MaskTextBox ID="msk_test" runat="server" InputMask="NNNN/NNNN/NNNN"></uc1:MaskTextBox>
and i am not getting the property msk_test.Text

What I have tried:

msk_test.CssClassTextBox="5555/5555/5555";
msk_test.InputMask = "5555/5555/5555";

It is showing blank
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Updated 6-Sep-18 5:05am
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[no name] 6-Sep-18 8:36am    
What do you mean by fill? Are you not able to assign values to this masked control as user input / programmatically?
Khan Sameer 10-Sep-18 22:39pm    
Yes, I am not able to assign value to this mask textbox i have tried this
msk_test.CssClassTextBox="5555/5555/5555";
msk_test.InputMask = "5555/5555/5555";
It is showing blank. How to refill it.

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MaskedTextBox is essentially an extender that attaches to a TextBox control to restrict the kind of text that can be entered. If you are referring to a AJAXControlToolkit MaskEditExtender control, then you have to set the TargetControlID pointing to the actual TextBox that you want to apply the mask. For example:

C#
<cc1:MaskedEditExtender ID="MaskedEditExtender1" runat="server" TargetControlID="TextBox1" .../>


You can then use the .Text property of TextBox1 to get the actual value being masked.

C#
string theValue = TextBox1.Text;


More info, see: AJAX Control ToolKit Masked Edit Tutorial Example in ASP.NET C# - Ajax Tutorials, Tricks, and Code Examples[^]
 
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