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Soon to say goodbye. 27 Mar 2019 08:54 #8028

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  • @Wolfgang.
    I have found that the standard TextBox control in .net is not that bad. it listens to the numerical format that you have assignes to it and that's good enough for most business use. It does not have a picture clause that is equally easy to use, but in most cases you only want standard behaviour.

    /MathasH

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    Soon to say goodbye. 27 Mar 2019 09:01 #8029

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  • Hi Matthias,

    the standard textbox control works for users that have never used VO or Clipper applications with their picture clauses.
    But if you are working in a accounting software, support for pictures like in VO is really helpful.
    I have that on my todo list for years now..... for both WinForms and WPF.
    Wolfgang
    Wolfgang Riedmann
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    Soon to say goodbye. 28 Mar 2019 09:12 #8080

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  • Hi Mathias,

    the newer version works very well. It seems that it does not matter what type of VO code you pass to the X# compiler and X# runtime - it works !. At the weekend I´ll upload a X# Sle-App that proves that once again :-).

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    Karl-Heinz

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    Soon to say goodbye. 28 Mar 2019 10:47 #8085

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  • @Karl-Heinz
    Nice!

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    Soon to say goodbye. 28 Mar 2019 16:17 #8100

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  • Karl-Heinz wrote: Hi Mathias,

    the newer version works very well. It seems that it does not matter what type of VO code you pass to the X# compiler and X# runtime - it works !. At the weekend I´ll upload a X# Sle-App that proves that once again :-).

    regards
    Karl-Heinz


    This is a really nice compliment, thanks :)
    We have put so much effort into this, to try and make X# compile as much existing code as possible without (or with minor) changes. Usually it's hard to demonstrate this, but glad it's apparent in this case!
    XSharp Development Team
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    Soon to say goodbye. 30 Mar 2019 09:22 #8114

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  • @all

    the attached XIDE App requires the X# Runtime and the X# VO-Dlls. The used #ifdef statements and the __XSHARP__ compiler macro separates the X# changes, so the code in the ClassMathiasSle.prg compiles with VO too. In the app you can compare how a Mathias Sle and a VO standard sle handle the input of a integer and a float number. I´m using the MathiasSle since many, many years and for sure, i´ll use it as long as i´ll use the x# VO-Dlls :-)

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    Karl-Heinz
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