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.NET MAUI MaskedEntry Globalization

Globalization refers to the practice of developing an application in such a way that it can be easily adapted and used in various cultures, languages, and regions. This includes number formatting, which can vary between cultures, and specific symbols, such as decimal separators, currency, and others.

The Telerik UI for .NET MAUI NumericMaskedEntry control supports globalization.

Globalization Example with NumericMaskedEntry

1. Define the NumericMaskedEntry in XAML:

<Label Text="Culture = default" Margin="0, 30, 0, 0" />
<telerik:RadNumericMaskedEntry  Mask="C" AutomationId="numericMask"/>

<Label Text="Culture = de-DE" Margin="0, 30, 0, 0" />
<telerik:RadNumericMaskedEntry x:Name="germanCultureMask" Mask="C" AutomationId="numericMaskDE"/>

<Label Text="Culture = bg-BG" Margin="0, 30, 0, 0" />
<telerik:RadNumericMaskedEntry x:Name="bulgarianCultureMask" Mask="C" AutomationId="numericMaskBG"/>

2. Set the desired culture in code-behind:

this.germanCultureMask.Culture = new System.Globalization.CultureInfo("de-DE");
this.bulgarianCultureMask.Culture = new System.Globalization.CultureInfo("bg-BG");

3. Add the namespace:


For the MaskedEntry Culture example, go to the SDKBrowser Demo Application and navigate to MaskedEntry -> Features category.

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