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This demo shows how to specify the currency, accounting, percent and other formats using the format option. It makes the NumberBox not only format the display value, but also control the user input.

<div class="dx-fieldset"> <div class="dx-field"> <div class="dx-field-label">Currency format</div> <div class="dx-field-value"> @(Html.DevExtreme().NumberBox() .Format("$ #,##0.##") .Value(14500.55) ) </div> </div> <div class="dx-field"> <div class="dx-field-label">Accounting format</div> <div class="dx-field-value"> @(Html.DevExtreme().NumberBox() .Format("$ #,##0.##;($ #,##0.##)") .Value(-2314.12) ) </div> </div> <div class="dx-field"> <div class="dx-field-label">Percent format</div> <div class="dx-field-value"> @(Html.DevExtreme().NumberBox() .Format("#0%") .Value(0.15) .Step(0.01) ) </div> </div> <div class="dx-field"> <div class="dx-field-label">Fixed point format</div> <div class="dx-field-value"> @(Html.DevExtreme().NumberBox() .Format("#,##0.00") .Value(13415.24) ) </div> </div> <div class="dx-field"> <div class="dx-field-label">Weight format</div> <div class="dx-field-value"> @(Html.DevExtreme().NumberBox() .Format("#0.## kg") .Value(3.14) ) </div> </div> </div>
using Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc; namespace DevExtreme.NETCore.Demos.Controllers { public class NumberBoxController : Controller { public ActionResult Formatting() { return View(); } } }
.dx-field { margin-bottom: 20px; }