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NumberFormat Client Object

The NumberFormat client object determines how a RadNumericTextBox control formats its value when it does not have focus. It is returned by the get_numberFormat() method of the RadNumericTextBox client-side object. The following table lists its properties:

 

Property Type Description
AllowRounding boolean Specifies whether values are rounded (true) or truncated (false) when not all the decimal places can be shown.
DecimalDigits integer Specifies the number of decimal places to show.
DecimalSeparator character Specifies the character that separates the whole number from the decimal places.
GroupSeparator character Specifies the character that divides groups of digits.
GroupSizes integer Specifies the number of digits in each group.
NegativePattern string Specifies the pattern for formatting negative values.
NegativeSign character Specifies the character to use as a minus sign.
PositivePattern string Specifies the pattern for formatting positive values.
caution

RadNumericTextBox's get_value() method will return an empty string instead of a numeric value when the input is empty. Therefore, if you want to determine whether the entered value is zero, you should use "===" for comparison in order to prevent the confusion with the empty value.

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