You can read more about regular expressions in MSDN starting at following URL: Regular Expression Validator is assigned to input field it looks like this in property grid: Super Validator component includes Comparison Validation that allows you to compare values of two input fields or to compare input field value to a predefined value you set.
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NET designer all settings that you make are actually translated into the code that you can find in Initialize Component() method of your form. Container Control = my Parent Form super Validator1. If you wish to use custom error provider to display validation errors in your application you can do so by implementing IError Provider interface.
The easiest way to find out how to do something from code is to setup the control the way you want it using designer and then explore Initialize Component() method. Error Provider = my Error Provider1 super Validator1. You assign your custom error provider to Custom Error Provider property.
Set the Icon for errorprovider1 (warning), errorprovider2 (wrong or cross) and errorprovider3 as a tick mark (for a correct entry).
I will use the warning errorprovider when the user leaves a text box blank, use a cross or wrong when the user enters incorrect informat (for the Age text box) and a tick icon for when all conditions are satisfied.5.
For example you can require the input for text-box and enforce the format to be an email by assigning Validation1 and Validation2 properties.