Boundary Value Settings in Windows Forms Progress Bar (ProgressBarAdv)
9 Dec 2019 / 1 minute to read
The ProgressBarAdv during it’s progressive operation indicates a minimum value and a maximum value for the process.
It provides the below properties to set the boundary values for the control and also the interval for the progression.
|Minimum||Determines the lower bound of the range of the ProgressBarAdv.|
|Maximum||Determines the higher bound of the range of the ProgressBarAdv.|
|Value||The current value between the minimum and maximum values.|
|Step||Determines the amount to increment or decrement the value of the ProgressBarAdv when the Increment() or Decrement() method is called.|
Create a ProgressBarAdv and set the below properties to see the changes.
this.progressBarAdv1.Maximum = 200; this.progressBarAdv1.Minimum = 25; this.progressBarAdv1.Step = 50; this.progressBarAdv1.Value = 100;
Me.progressBarAdv1.Maximum = 200 Me.progressBarAdv1.Minimum = 25 Me.progressBarAdv1.Step = 50 Me.progressBarAdv1.Value = 100
The methods associated with the above properties are given below.
|Increment||Increments the Value property associated with the Step value.|
|Decrement||Decrements the Value property associated with the Step value.|