IntValidator QML Type
Defines a validator for integer values More...
|Import Statement:||import QtQuick 2.7|
The IntValidator type provides a validator for integer values.
If no locale is set IntValidator uses the default locale to interpret the number and will accept locale specific digits, group separators, and positive and negative signs. In addition, IntValidator is always guaranteed to accept a number formatted according to the "C" locale.
This property holds the validator's lowest acceptable value. By default, this property's value is derived from the lowest signed integer available (typically -2147483647).
This property holds the name of the locale used to interpret the number.
See also Qt.locale().
This property holds the validator's highest acceptable value. By default, this property's value is derived from the highest signed integer available (typically 2147483647).
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