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Formatting using Events

ASPxCardView provides the ASPxCardView.CustomColumnDisplayText event that enables you to provide custom display text for individual data cells.

Expanded Example

This example demonstrates how to display the "empty" string within the Discount column's cells if they contain zero values.

The image below shows the result:

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