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Microsoft® .NET Compact Framework Kick Start by Ronnie Yates, Erik Rubin

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Using the DomainUpDown Control

The DomainUpDown control is similar to the NumericUpDown control, the difference being that the DomainUpDown can display a list of strings, whereas the NumericUpDown control can display only a list of integers. The DomainUpDown control displays a list of options in a very space-efficient way because it can display only one option at a time to the user.

The control appears as a textbox with a pair of up and down arrows on the right side of the control. The user can move through the list in three different ways:

  • Clicking the up arrow moves you up the list of options; the down arrow moves you down the list.

  • If the ReadOnly property is set to false, the user can type the name of the item in the list.

  • On most Pocket PC ...

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