Getting Started

Assembly deployment

Refer to the control dependencies section to get the list of assemblies or NuGet package that needs to be added as a reference to use the control in any application.

You can find more details about installing the NuGet packages in a Windows Forms application in the following link:

How to install nuget packages

Create a simple application with IntegerTextBox

You can create a Windows Forms application with IntegerTextBox using the following steps:

Create a project

Create a new Windows Forms project in Visual Studio to display the IntegerTextBox control.

Add control through designer

The IntegerTextBox control can be added to an application by dragging it from the toolbox to a designer view. The Syncfusion.Shared.Base assembly reference will be added automatically:

IntegerTextBox control added by designer

Add control manually in code

To add the control manually in C#, follow the given steps:

1. Add the Syncfusion.Shared.Base assembly reference to the project:

2. Include the Syncfusion.Windows.Forms.Tools namespace.

using Syncfusion.Windows.Forms.Tools;
Imports Syncfusion.Windows.Forms.Tools

3. Create an IntegerTextBox instance, and add it to the window.

IntegerTextBox integerTextBox1= new IntegerTextBox();
this.Controls.Add(integerTextBox1);
Dim integerTextBox1As IntegerTextBox = New IntegerTextBox()
Me.Controls.Add(integerTextBox1)

IntegerTextBox control added by code

Maximum and minimum value constraints

You can set the maximum and minimum values using the MaxValue and MinValue properties of IntegerTextBox.

this.integerTextBox1.MaxValue = 9223372036854775807;
this.integerTextBox1.MinValue = -9223372036854775808;
Me.integerTextBox1.MaxValue = 9223372036854775807
Me.integerTextBox1.MinValue = -9223372036854775808

Number format

You can display the numbers in custom format using the NumberGroupSeparator and NumberGroupSizes properties of IntegerTextBox.

this.integerTextBox1.NumberGroupSeparator = "/";
integerTextBox1.IntegerValue = 1238761534122;
this.integerTextBox1.NumberGroupSizes = new int[] { 5 };
Me.integerTextBox1.NumberGroupSeparator = "/"
integerTextBox1.IntegerValue = 1238761534122
Me.integerTextBox1.NumberGroupSizes = New Integer() { 5 }

IntegerTextBox format