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Default Masked TextBox & formatting TextBox

Hi there:
I asked before for formatting TextBox but the answers unfortunately didnt help me! I got something that, there is something called Masked TextBox. It use msmask32.ocx ActiveX control in VB6!!
Please tell me how could I do it?!

Im looking to hear ur ideas & experiances ASAP!
u'll help me so much;)

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I think that i have no good news for you.

In VB6 there is a property "MASK" but in Visual Studio there isn´t the same.

To solve the problem you can use the TEXT property, like below:

this.txtdate.text = "mm/dd/yyyy";

hope helped you.
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