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Old 04-13-2010, 06:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, I am a newbie in BLB development and exploring the ActiveRIchTextFIeld currently. I know that it detects strings like phone number and email by itself and inserts a menu item in the corresponding Context Menu. However, I am trying to make the field detect some specific string like a postal code in an address or any other string indicating the address.I have read that this can be done using the StringPattern or the PatternRepository.However m unable to figure out how it can be achieved. Can anyone plz give me a reference snippet for the same? Thanks in advance..
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Have you looked at the knowledgebase? There is an article with a link to a code example.

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