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NumericUpDown: HasDecimals=False & using a bound StringFormat allows to enter a decimal point #2886

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davericardo opened this Issue Mar 9, 2017 · 0 comments

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davericardo commented Mar 9, 2017

I want to show a unit e.g. 's' in the NumericUpDown:

<mahControls:NumericUpDown Value="{Binding Value, Mode=TwoWay}" StringFormat="{Binding ValueUnit}" HasDecimals="False" />

In this case I am allowed to enter a decimal point. But if I don't use a binding for StringFormat property

<mahControls:NumericUpDown Value="{Binding Value, Mode=TwoWay}" StringFormat="{}{0} s" HasDecimals="False" />

it works as expected. The entering of a decimal point is prohibited.

After reading some code I think I found the line that leads to the described case:
nud.HasDecimals = !RegexStringFormatHexadecimal.IsMatch((string)e.NewValue); in NumericUpDown.cs, OnStringFormatChanged

That could explain why the HasDecimals property is only changed if I use a Binding.

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