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Control.OnKeyDown (Método)

Actualización: noviembre 2007

Provoca el evento KeyDown.

Espacio de nombres:  System.Windows.Forms
Ensamblado:  System.Windows.Forms (en System.Windows.Forms.dll)

protected virtual void OnKeyDown(
	KeyEventArgs e
)
protected void OnKeyDown(
	KeyEventArgs e
)
protected function OnKeyDown(
	e : KeyEventArgs
)

Parámetros

e
Tipo: System.Windows.Forms.KeyEventArgs
KeyEventArgs que contiene los datos del evento.

Cuando se provoca un evento, se invoca al controlador del evento por medio de un delegado. Para obtener más información, vea Provocar un evento.

El método OnKeyDown también permite que las clases derivadas controlen el evento sin asociar un delegado. Ésta es la técnica preferida para controlar el evento en una clase derivada.

Notas para los herederos:

Al reemplazar OnKeyDown en una clase derivada, asegúrese de llamar al método OnKeyDown de la clase base para que los delegados registrados reciban el evento.

En el ejemplo de código siguiente se utiliza el evento KeyDown para determinar el tipo de carácter escrito en el control.

// Boolean flag used to determine when a character other than a number is entered.
private bool nonNumberEntered = false;

// Handle the KeyDown event to determine the type of character entered into the control.
private void textBox1_KeyDown(object sender, System.Windows.Forms.KeyEventArgs e)
{
    // Initialize the flag to false.
    nonNumberEntered = false;

    // Determine whether the keystroke is a number from the top of the keyboard.
    if (e.KeyCode < Keys.D0 || e.KeyCode > Keys.D9)
    {
        // Determine whether the keystroke is a number from the keypad.
        if (e.KeyCode < Keys.NumPad0 || e.KeyCode > Keys.NumPad9)
        {
            // Determine whether the keystroke is a backspace.
            if(e.KeyCode != Keys.Back)
            {
                // A non-numerical keystroke was pressed.
                // Set the flag to true and evaluate in KeyPress event.
                nonNumberEntered = true;
            }
        }
    }
}

// This event occurs after the KeyDown event and can be used to prevent
// characters from entering the control.
private void textBox1_KeyPress(object sender, System.Windows.Forms.KeyPressEventArgs e)
{
    // Check for the flag being set in the KeyDown event.
    if (nonNumberEntered == true)
    {
        // Stop the character from being entered into the control since it is non-numerical.
        e.Handled = true;
    }
}



// Boolean flag used to determine when a character other than a number 
// is entered.
private boolean nonNumberEntered = false;

// Handle the KeyDown event to determine the type of character entered 
// into the control.
private void textBox1_KeyDown(Object sender, 
    System.Windows.Forms.KeyEventArgs e)
{
    // Initialize the flag to false.
    nonNumberEntered = false;

    // Determine whether the keystroke is a number from the top of the 
    // keyboard.
    if ((e.get_KeyCode().CompareTo(Keys.D0)) < 0 
        || (e.get_KeyCode().CompareTo(Keys.D9) > 0)) {

        // Determine whether the keystroke is a number from the keypad.
        if ((e.get_KeyCode().CompareTo(Keys.NumPad0) < 0 
            || (e.get_KeyCode().CompareTo(Keys.NumPad9)) > 0)) {

            // Determine whether the keystroke is a backspace.
            if (!(e.get_KeyCode().Equals(Keys.Back))) {
                    // A non-numerical keystroke was pressed.
                    // Set the flag to true and evaluate in KeyPress event.
                    nonNumberEntered = true;
            }
        }
    }
} //textBox1_KeyDown

// This event occurs after the KeyDown event and can be used to prevent
// characters from entering the control.
private void textBox1_KeyPress(Object sender, System.Windows.Forms.
    KeyPressEventArgs e)
{
    // Check for the flag being set in the KeyDown event.
    if (nonNumberEntered == true) {
        // Stop the character from being entered into the control since 
        // it is non-numerical.
        e.set_Handled(true);
    }
} //textBox1_KeyPress


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Compatible con: 3.5, 3.0, 2.0, 1.1, 1.0

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Compatible con: 3.5, 2.0, 1.0
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