wxFILTER_EXCLUDE_LIST

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wxFILTER_EXCLUDE_LIST

Post by MuhammadSohail » Wed Sep 21, 2005 10:42 am

i am using WXv2.5.4. and using validator wxFILTER_EXCLUDE_LIST ,wxFILTER_INCLUDE_LIST in the wxTextControl but it is not working properly. is it a wxWidgtes Bug or should i do something else????

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Re: [b]wxFILTER_EXCLUDE_LIST[/b]

Post by upCASE » Wed Sep 21, 2005 10:51 am

Muhammad Sohail wrote:i am using WXv2.5.4. and using validator wxFILTER_EXCLUDE_LIST ,wxFILTER_INCLUDE_LIST in the wxTextControl but it is not working properly.
Could you post some code?
And what does "not working properly" mean?
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Post by MuhammadSohail » Wed Sep 21, 2005 10:59 am

wxTextCtrl(this, -1, wxString(""), wxPoint(-1, -1), wxSize(-1, -1), 0, wxTextValidator(wxFILTER_EXCLUDE_LIST , &wxString("*:")));

i dont want to write * and : in the text control . but its not functioning .
any solution???

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Post by priyank_bolia » Wed Sep 21, 2005 11:04 am

Well I Uses this:

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	wxArrayString numberArray;
	numberArray.Add(wxT("0"));
	numberArray.Add(wxT("1"));
	numberArray.Add(wxT("2"));
	numberArray.Add(wxT("3"));
	numberArray.Add(wxT("4"));
	numberArray.Add(wxT("5"));
	numberArray.Add(wxT("6"));
	numberArray.Add(wxT("7"));
	numberArray.Add(wxT("8"));
	numberArray.Add(wxT("9"));
	wxTextValidator textValidatorRelax(wxFILTER_INCLUDE_CHAR_LIST, &m_strRelax);
	textValidatorRelax.SetIncludes(numberArray);
	m_pRelaxEdit = new wxTextCtrl(this, ID_WXEDIT_RELAX, wxT(""), wxPoint(155,23), wxSize(45,20), wxTE_LEFT, textValidatorRelax, wxT("WxEditRelax"));

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Post by priyank_bolia » Wed Sep 21, 2005 11:06 am

wxTextValidator does not take exclude/include list in the constructor, but the string on which to check, the string contains the value of the textctrl.

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Post by upCASE » Wed Sep 21, 2005 11:08 am

Muhammad Sohail wrote:wxTextCtrl(this, -1, wxString(""), wxPoint(-1, -1), wxSize(-1, -1), 0, wxTextValidator(wxFILTER_EXCLUDE_LIST , &wxString("*:")));

i dont want to write * and : in the text control . but its not functioning .
any solution???
The last parameter doesn't contain the exclude list, but will store the value once it's validated.

Use priyank_bolia code, but set an exclude list.
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Post by MuhammadSohail » Wed Sep 21, 2005 11:30 am

thanks , its working now

wxArrayString excludeList;
excludeList.Add(wxT("*"));
excludeList.Add(wxT(":"));
excludeList.Add(wxT("\\"));
excludeList.Add(wxT("/"));
excludeList.Add(wxT("?"));
excludeList.Add(wxT("\""));
excludeList.Add(wxT("<"));
excludeList.Add(wxT(">"));
excludeList.Add(wxT("|"));
excludeList.Add(wxT(" "));
wxTextValidator textValidator(wxFILTER_EXCLUDE_CHAR_LIST);
textValidator.SetExcludes(excludeList);

textCtrl = new wxTextCtrl(this, -1, wxString(""), wxPoint(-1, -1), wxSize(-1, -1), 0, textValidator);

this code doesnot permit the user to write the excludeList Characters.

thnaks again

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Post by vasek » Fri Sep 23, 2005 9:03 pm

maybe regular expression validator could help -- i've posted one in code dump :)

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