Validating select box eworldating com

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Validator Factory; import org.springframework.beans.factory.annotation.

is Valid Form Submitted" [ng Class] = "'error'"> Accept T & C. </div> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Gender:</td> <td> <input type="radio" value="male" form Control Name="gender"> Male <input type="radio" value="female" form Control Name="gender"> Female <div *ng If="gender.invalid && is Valid Form Submitted ! is Valid Form Submitted" [ng Class] = "'error'"> Gender required. Now access the URL Find the print screen of the output.

</div> </td> </tr> <tr> <td colspan="2"> <button> Submit</button> </td> </tr> </table> </form> import from '@angular/core'; import from '@angular/forms'; import from './services/user-service'; import from './domain/user'; import from './domain/profile'; @Component() export class Reactive Form Component implements On Init <h3> Reactive Form</h3> <p *ng If="is Valid Form Submitted && user Form.pristine" [ng Class] = "'success'"> Form submitted successfully. is Valid Form Submitted" [ng Class] = "'error'"> Name required. </div> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Select Profile: </td> <td> <select form Control Name="profile"> <option *ng For="let prf of all Profiles" [ng Value]="prf"> </option> </select> <div *ng If="profile.invalid && is Valid Form Submitted ! is Valid Form Submitted" [ng Class] = "'error'"> Profile required. When we click on submit button without filling the form, we will get following output.

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Some validation capabilities aren't as apparent as others though, such as how to determine whether a submitted value is equivalent to one of a predetermined range of allowable values.

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