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The MaskedEntry component allows a user to more easily enter fixed width input where you would like them to enter the data in a certain format. A mask is defined by a format made up of mask definitions: All input is optional.
Any character not in the definitions list will be automatically documrntation for the user as they type. By default the mask function uses underscore to denote input points in text box.
If you want to use a different character, set it with the placeHolder attribute. The client side component object is exposed through the global variable name specified in the widgetVar attribute.
This component supports built-in labels. The text specified in iicefaces label attribute will be rendered next to the main input field of this component. The position specified by labelPosition will determine where this label is going to be rendered; the possible values are left, right, top, bottom, none and inField to render the label in the field itself.
The requiredIndicator attribute specifies the text to be displayed next to the main input field when this component is marked as required. When, this component is not marked as requiredthen the text specified in the optionalIndicator is going to be rendered. The indicatorPosition attribute determines where this indicator text is going to icefacew rendered; the possible values are left, right, top, bottom, labelLeft, labelRight, and none.
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Then this component is marked as requiredthe main input field receives the CSS class ui-state-requiredotherwise, it receives the CSS class documnetation. When this component is marked as invalid by the app, it will be rendered with the CSS class ui-state-error. These CSS classes can be used to add custom styling to this component, in order indicate its current state in a more visual way.
TagLib Documentation This section covers attributes involved in the typical use-cases for this component. icegaces
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Use only to read input char. Don’t re-render or do JS-like event handling.