However, if you look at past (or current) flames using this method, you'll probably recognize when you moved in and out of these stages.
In a perfect world, your code would run correctly every time.
Add controls as shown in the figure below and set the properties of the controls as indicated in the table.
The control is added to the form and displayed in the control tray in the Windows form in Design view.
The user might delete a critical file or enter invalid data.
In the following tutorial we will demonstrate how use validation panel together with Error provider.
Right-click on the Text Box then click on "Properties"click on the lightening bolt (Events) icon at the top of the window, then double-click on validating event.
In this case, you needn't cycle through every control and call its Select method to force validation.EDIT: presently as a work around, I have a method that toggles the "Causes Validation" property on and off.I default everything to not Cause Validation, enables them all before I use the event for validating the whole form, and disables them all after again.Good tip, but IMO this should really be embedded in a class to be used effectively in a real world application.A form that contains several fields to validate would be a maintenance nightmare.