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Peter Re: jQuery validate and the comma decimal separator
brilliant solution thanks!!
Joaopub Re: jQuery validate and the comma decimal separator
Thanks a lot, you saved me so much time that it is worth commenting !
Peter Pedersen Re: jQuery validate and the comma decimal separator
Works perfect! Thanks a lot!
SteveC Re: WSDLMerge updated
Thank you for providing this tool

Saved me a lot of pain & suffering

Cheers,
SteveC.
alex Re: WSDLMerge updated
thank you very much,
your solution helped me too!
ANDRES SANCHEZ Re: WSDLMerge updated
Thanks Lenard, it really saved my day.
Josele Re: jQuery validate and the comma decimal separator
This works for me.

$.validator.methods.number = function (value, element) {
return this.optional(element) || /^-?(?:\d+|\d{1,3}(?:[\s\.,]\d{3})+)(?:[\.,]\d+)?$/.test(value);
}

$.validator.methods.min = function (value, element, param)
{
var globalizedValue = value.replace(",", ".");

return this.optional(element) || globalizedValue >= param;
}

$.validator.methods.max = function (value, element, param) {
var globalizedValue = value.replace(",", ".");

return this.optional(element) || globalizedValue <= param;
}

$.validator.methods.range = function (value, element, param) {
var globalizedValue = value.replace(",", ".");
return this.optional(element) || (globalizedValue >= param[0] && globalizedValue <= param[1]);
}
Marinpietri Re: jQuery validate and the comma decimal separator
I love you !!!
It workded fine
ayazzali Re: jQuery validate and the comma decimal separator
Thanks!
güven Re: jQuery validate and the comma decimal separator
thanks!
Carsten Re: jQuery validate and the comma decimal separator
Great,

Thanks a lot. After a long research for a smart solution I found your blog.

Thanks!

Fabiano Spada Re: jQuery validate and the comma decimal separator
thank, very nice
Medespoir Re: Dangers of comments with ASP.NET
Cet article est original, bonne continuation https://www.medespoir.ch
Samuel Re: jQuery validate and the comma decimal separator
I found the solution 2 years ago and I'm still using it.
Thanks!!
wncroma Re: jQuery validate and the comma decimal separator
Perfect. The only effective solution I found on the web. and I searched a lot.
Thanks for the post.
Divya Tripathi Re: Dangers of comments with ASP.NET
Hello,
Hope You are doing well
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