Visual C# | Validating forms exercise | Incorporate a NumericUpDown in a form

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Software ==> Visual C#  (79 exercises)
Version ==> Any version of C#
Topic ==> Validating forms  (6 exercises)
Level ==> Relatively easy
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This exercise asks you to create a NumericUpDown control to ensure someone's age is filled in as an integer.  First add the form called frmNewHeart from the folder above into your project (or use a version you already have).

Delete the textbox for entering this person's age, and replace it with a NumericUpDown control:

Visual C Sharp 2010 exercise - Validating forms (image 1)

Give your control appropriate minimum, maximum and increment values

When a user clicks on the Apply button, they should see their name and age:

Visual C Sharp 2010 exercise - Validating forms (image 2)

Your confirmation message should look something like this

When everything's working OK, close down this form.

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