The TX Text Control class library explizitly throws an ArgumentException, an ArgumentNullException or an ArgumentOutOfRangeException, when the parameter of a called method or the value of a set property has a wrong value. Furthermore, an InvalidOperationException is thrown when a method call is invalid for the object's current state. In Addition, the class library defines and throws the TextEditorException when an error occurs during text editing and a FilterException, if an error occurs when a text filter is used to convert a document to or from another format. The LicenseLevelException is thrown, when a feature is not contained in the currently licensed product level.
|TXTextControl.FilterException||The FilterException class informs about errors which can occur when a text filter is used to convert a document to or from another format.|
|TXTextControl.FormulaException||The FormulaException class informs about an invalid syntax or missing parameters of formulas used in tables.|
|TXTextControl.LicenseLevelException||A LicenseLevelException is thrown when a feature is not contained in the currently licensed product level.|
|TXTextControl.NumberFormatException||The NumberFormatException class informs about an invalid syntax of a numberformat used to display a formula result.|
|TXTextControl.TextEditorException||The TextEditorException class informs about errors which can occur during editing text.|