In scenarios where the user should select a number, the Number Selector is an input field that gives the user the option to do so. When the user enters a value, the field automatically makes sure the value entered is a number.
Number Selector automatically converts the entered value into a scientific notation if it is greater than 21 digits for an integer value and greater than 6 digits for a decimal value.
The Number Selector has the option to change its visibility, styling mode, set a placeholder, show tooltips, and show clear button.
An option that is specific to Number Selector is Show Spin Buttons.
The clear button will appear on the right side. Clicking the button will remove the value from the control.
The up and down buttons will be shown on the right side of the control which the user can use to increase or decrease the current value.
The Number Selector has the option to set the option for read-only and disabled.
Options that are specific to Number Selector are min, max, format.
Affects the minimum and maximum values that Number Selector can accept.
This will format the value to the format that was specified. In the example below, it will show it as a currency.
This affects whether or not the Number Selector value can be changed and if it can only be read and not manipulated.
The Number Selector accepts numbers only. The value can be static, dynamic, or an expression.
Properties that are common to most Blocks include: validation Group, required, pattern, and message;
Properties that are common to most Blocks include: Navigate To and Show Confirmation Dialog;