Yes there are plug-ins that allow masked input easily enough but most are fixed width which is difficult to do with plain number input.
So I took a few minutes to write a small reusable plug-in that handles this scenario.
you didn't say why or what is not working properly! Unfortunately, I tried it and it didn't seem to work, whereas the previous (longer) solution did.
it's been a while since I've coded, but I'm unfamiliar with this syntax.
Email validation checks the following points Figure 2: Above two figures are example of valid and invalid emails.
Now you can explore these areas and comment here in case of any issues.
In the ECMAScript specification, they only exist conceptually: All numbers are always floating point and integers are ranges of numbers without decimal fractions (for details, consult “Integers in Java Script” in “Speaking Java Script”).
You can also make use of Filtered Text Box Extender. On key Press event, just call a function and pass event as parameter. Can you tell me how I can compare the value of 2 textboxes in c#? Textbox1 = 3, Textbox2 = 4 I want to throw an error message to say something to the effect that the value entered in Textbox2 has to be smaller than textbox1.
This function first determines the ASCII code of the keyboard key and then verifies that its ASCII code is within the range 48 to 57.
Imagine you have a couple of textboxes on a form like this: The plug-in basically goes through each selected element and hooks up a keydown() event handler.