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Standard Masks

The table below describe the mask characters that can be used when the MaskType property is set to Standard.

Mask Character Description
0 Digit, required. This element will accept any single digit between 0 and 9.
9 Digit or space, optional.
# Digit or space, optional. If this position is blank in the mask, it will be rendered as the character in the PromptChar property. For example, "$######.##" displays as a literal "$", accepts a numeric amount with six places and two places to the right of the decimal, i.e. $123456.56.
L Accepts letters only.
? Letter, optional.
& Character, required.
C Character, optional.
A Alphanumeric, required. Accepts any symbol.
a Alphanumeric, optional.
. Decimal placeholder.
, Thousands placeholder.
: Time separator.
/ Date separator.
$ Currency symbol.
< Shift down. Converts all characters that follow to lowercase.
> Shift up. Converts all characters that follow to uppercase.
\ Escape. Escapes a mask character, turning it into a literal. "\" is the escape sequence for a backslash.
All other characters All non-mask elements will appear as themselves within RadMaskedEditBox . Literals always occupy a static position in the mask at run time, and cannot be moved or deleted by the user

By default, when the user is typing before already typed text, the text is overridden. If the Insert key is pressed you can insert characters instead of replacing them.

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