constants NumericEnum
Use the Numeric property to specify the format of numbers when editing a field.

 NameValueDescription 
   exInteger-1 Allows editing numbers of integer type. The format of the integer number is: [+/-]digit, where digit is any combination of digit characters. This flag can be combined with exDisablePlus, exDisableMinus or exDisableSigns flags. For instance, the 0x3FF (hexa representation, 1023 decimal) value indicates an integer value with no +/- signs.  
   exAllChars0 Allows all characters. No filtering.  
   exFloat1 Allows editing floating point numbers. The format of the floating point number is: [+/-]digit[.digit[[e/E/d/D][+/-]digit]], where digit is any combination of digit characters. Use the exEditDecimalSymbol option to assign a new symbol for '.' character ( decimal values ). This flag can be combined with exDisablePlus, exDisableMinus or exDisableSigns flags.  
   exFloatInteger2 Allows editing floating point numbers without exponent characters such as e/E/d/D, so the accepted format is [+/-]digit[.digit]. Use the exEditDecimalSymbol option to assign a new symbol for '.' character ( decimal values ). This flag can be combined with exDisablePlus, exDisableMinus or exDisableSigns flags.  
   exDisablePlus256 Prevents using the + sign when editing numbers. If this flag is included, the user can not add any + sign in front of the number.   
   exDisableMinus512 Prevents using the - sign when editing numbers. If this flag is included, the user can not add any - sign in front of the number.  
   exDisableSigns768 Prevents using the +/- signs when editing numbers. If this flag is included, the user can not add any +/- sign in front of the number. For instance exFloatInteger + exDisableSigns allows editing floating points numbers without using the exponent and plus/minus characters, so the allowed format is digit[.digit]  
 


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