MakedEditText

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Java
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Created
Nov 30, 2014
Updated
Oct 6, 2018
Owner
Slava . (egslava)
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Slava . (egslava)
dmitrikudrenko
alexandermatveychuk
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MaskedEditText

This project derives from toshikurauchi/MaskedEditText, but it's been adapted for gradle build system and has additional features:

  1. filter allowed chars
  2. filter denied chars
  3. user can use chars from mask in his input (in original version of this library user couldn't use digit '7' in the '+7(XXX)XXX-XX-XX' pattern).
  4. You can keep hints even when user started typing.

So it allows you to use masks for phones, urls, etc.

Enjoy!


Or download project and plug it in as a library.

Add xmlns:mask="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto" to your layout xml root:

  <br.com.sapereaude.maskedEditText.MaskedEditText
    android:id="@+id/phone_input"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:inputType="phone"
    android:typeface="monospace"
    mask:allowed_chars="1234567890"
    mask:mask="+7(###)###-##-##"
    android:hint="1234567890"
    app:keep_hint="true"
    />    

Where mask is the input mask you want and '#' is an editable position (will be replaced by a whitespace on screen).

You can optionally set the representation character (in case you don't want to use '#'):

<br.com.sapereaude.maskedEditText.MaskedEditText
    android:layout_width="fill_parent"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    mask:mask="ccc.ccc.ccc-cc"
    mask:char_representation="c"
/>

You can also change the mask and the representation character programatically:

MaskedEditText editText = (MaskedEditText) findViewById(R.id.my_edit_text)
// Setting the representation character to '$'
editText.setCharRepresentation('$');
// Logging the representation character
Log.i("Representation character", editText.getCharRepresentation());
// Setting the mask
editText.setMask("##/##/####");
// Logging the mask
Log.i("Mask", editText.getMask());