Position of the cursor and TextChanged event

Two additional lines are needed if we want to make cursor stay at the end of the line when editing content of TextBox in TextChanged event.

private void textBox_TextChanged(object sender, TextChangedEventArgs e)
{
    TextBox txtb = (sender as TextBox);
    // remember cursor location
    int loc = txtb.SelectionStart;
    // do something with txtb.Text;
    txtb.Text = txtb.Text.Replace('$','%');
    // set old location
    txtb.SelectionStart = loc;
}
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