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    Default JFormattedTextField and Currency

    Hi,
    I am lookingfor a way with either a Jformattedtextfield or just a regular textfield to apply a mask to allow someone to enter an amount of cash exmples are 123.45, 12.34, 1.23 this means it allows a maximum of three digits but a minimum of 1 digit before the . and then only two after the . but the user does not need to enter the dot themselves.

    can i do this with a JFormattedTextField or a normal TextField or would i have to write a seperate method to control this but have a mask with just a dot in it.

    Thank you in advance

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