Sadly Microsoft has never included a validation control the CheckBox control. Yet, why would they? A checkbox is to select an option and in a sense it is always optional. I see no fault in this logic.
However, there is a comment element found in web applications which require you to check a box to indicate that you agree to certain terms and services. I am sure over 80% of web developers have had to do this at some point in time and if you haven’t, you will eventually.
Yet again Microsoft is not at fault even though it is a commonly used method. Why? Easy, it is a design choice and there are many other options for achieving this.
Even still, it is a design choice that many might not have full say over or do not have a compelling enough reason to sway others away from this choice. So we are forced to spend too much time coming up with or finding a solution. Luckily you will find many. However none that I have come across offer a solution you can actually throw in your toolbox with the rest of the validators.
That is where this control steps in to fill that void while at the same time allowing you to make any modifications to it by providing the source code. Hopefully this will have saved many developers time wasted on something so trivial.
It would be nice if a control such as this came with Visual Studio out of the box. However until it happens if it does at all you can now use this validator which works just like the rest of them.
NOTE:
You must make sure to include a folder for references and controls such as “lib” in your project so others will also have this control available to them.In an empty area of the Toolbox right click it and choose “Add Tab” and give the tab any
title you feel is fitting. “Custom Controls” would be a good idea. Then right click under
the tab and click “Choose Items…” and click browse. Then go to the lib folder you added
to your project and select CheckBoxValidator.dll.You’ll notice there are 2 versions. The one for .NET v2.0 must include the .config file in
order for it to only rely on .NET v2.0.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The CheckBoxValidator control is a replacement for the asp:CheckBox control. It is highly flexible and
powerful, and is particularly useful for checking whether a particular field is set to a specific
value. CheckBoxValidator supports value grouping and multi-selection. It also supports display of
help text and template images, as well as client side validation of the checked/unchecked state. This
control supports the IClientValidatable interface, allowing custom client-side validation rules to be
applied to CheckBoxValidator. It can be easily customized to support a variety of custom validation
rules.

If the ValidationMessageTemplate property is set to an empty string, the
validation message is displayed in a standard ASP.NET validation message. If a string
template is set, it is displayed with a label, specified by the LabelFor property.

But you didn’t say you need to only support.NET Framework 2.0 only. You can actually include a DLL in a DLL and even have it validate a CheckBox. If you have the source code to any control, you can use it as long as it is free and open source.
In this case you can open the DLL in notepad and see how it is written. You can then either copy and paste, or simply copy and rename.
This allows you to reuse logic by maintaining the base control. You can even create new versions and release them separately as long as the logic remains the same.
Hope this helps.
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A:

I think you need to spend a little time looking into validation.
I can’t speak to the specifics of Microsoft’s implementation of the control, but the CheckBox is the core validation control. Validation occurs client side, but you can add client side validation to a Control with the ClientValidationFunction attribute. I’m pretty sure Microsoft includes a built in control for that.
You can accomplish pretty much the same thing with the CheckBox, though. In my experience, it is just as easy to validate using the control as it is using a function. You can also use the ClientValidationFunction attribute if you need to add client side validation to the control.
The other piece to this is if the data being entered is user supplied and/or dynamic (such as pulled from a database or web service), you need to think about how to validate the data. One approach

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Unchecked:
Returns TRUE.
Checked:
Returns FALSE.
Visible:
True if visible.
CheckBoxValidator.ascx.cs
(4.10.2 in.NET framework 2.0)
{
///
/// Web control that shows a CheckBox.
///
[ToolboxData(“”)]
public class CheckBoxValidator : WebControl, ITagValidator, IValidator
{
///
/// Process an HTML Attribute value.
///
/// The HTML Attribute value to process.
/// Return the proper implementation of the Attribute.
public override string ProcessAttribute(string htmlAttribute)
{
if (string.IsNullOrEmpty(htmlAttribute))
{
return (string) “false”;
}
else
{
return (string) “true”;
}
}
///
/// Returns TRUE if checkbox is checked, FALSE if not.
///
/// The checkbox.
/// Returns TRUE if checkbox is checked, FALSE if not.
public override bool Checked(Control checkbox)
{
if (checkbox == null)
{
throw new ArgumentNullException(“checkbox”);
}
string value = checkbox.Value;
if (string.IsNullOrEmpty(value))
{
return false;
}
else
{
return (value == “on”);
}
}
///
///
///
/// The checkbox.
///
public override void ParseChildren(Control checkbox)
{
if (checkbox == null)
{
throw new ArgumentNullException(“checkbox”);
}
if (checkbox.HasControls())
{
checkbox.Attributes[“type”] = “checkbox”;
checkbox.Style.Add(“display”, “none”);
checkbox.Style.Remove(“visibility”);
}
}
}
SCHEMACRE Description:
This controls implements the ability
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CheckBox Validator

This control is a base class that derives from the CheckBox class. It is used to determine if the control is valid.
It contains two methods, IsValid and IsValidStatus which can be overridden to update the result of the IsValid() method. The default implementation of these methods simply return true and throw an exception if they cannot be evaluated.

Lets look at the example usage which is very simple
Using the control in HTML is very simple

A:

I created a custom control that works much the same way (that is to say, has no checkbox functionality) for the sake of testing the validation mechanism (using a status field to provide a boolean value).
It’s called CustomCheckBox.
It’s hosted at the Sandbox.

Cedric

What’s New In CheckBox Validator?

Validates a checkbox.

Version History:
2005-07-12 Created

Source:

Q:

How to increase the color depth of a 16 bit BMP file using Windows GDI+?

In the past when I had to increase the color depth of a 16 bit BMP file, I simply changed the BITMAPINFOHEADER.biBitCount member of the BITMAPINFOHEADER struct. However, that does not seem to work for Windows GDI+. Am I doing something wrong? Here is an example:
BITMAPINFOHEADER bmiHeader;
DWORD old_biBitCount = bmiHeader.biBitCount;

bmiHeader.biBitCount = 16;

if(!WriteFile(hFile, &bmiHeader, sizeof(BITMAPINFOHEADER), &bytesWritten, NULL))
printf(“Write error: %d
“, GetLastError());

if(!WriteFile(hFile, &old_biBitCount, sizeof(DWORD), &bytesWritten, NULL))
printf(“Write error: %d
“, GetLastError());

This only writes the old biBitCount value and not the new one. This is with the DWrite API.

A:

I found the answer to my question. I was able to do this by using the Bitmap class instead of using GDI+ to convert the BMP file to a bitmap. For instance, if I wanted to increase the bit depth of a 16 bit BMP file, I would do the following:
char *filename = “input.bmp”;

BITMAPFILEHEADER bfh;
bfh.bfType = 0x4D42; // BMP file header
bfh.bfSize = 88; // file size, in bytes, of the file, including the header
bfh.bfReserved1 = 0; // 0
bfh.bfReserved2 = 0; // 0
bfh.bfOffBits = 84; // offset to the BITMAPINFO header, in bytes
bfh.biSize = sizeof(BITMAPINFOHEADER);

BITMAPINFOHEADER bmiHeader;
bmiHeader.biSize = sizeof(BITMAPINFOHEADER);
bmiHeader.biWidth = 8; // width of the bitmap in pixels
bmiHeader.biHeight = 16; // height of the bitmap in pixels
bmiHeader.biBitCount = 16; // color depth in bits of the bitmap,
bmiHeader.biCompression = BI_RGB; //

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System Requirements For CheckBox Validator:

32bit:
OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 10
Processor: 1.8 GHz or faster
RAM: 1 GB (2 GB recommended)
Disk Space: 2 GB
Online Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 7900 or ATI Radeon HD 4000 series
DirectX: DirectX 9.0c
64bit:
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