Radio Button

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Radio Button

In programming, a prompt following a series of options that only allows the user to choose one. For example, a user may be asked if he/she wishes to save his/her work. The user may choose either yes or no but not both.
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When the form first appears, the radio buttons for the various singing telegram options are disabled.
With radio buttons, because the user is compelled to select just one attribute, his/her true preferences toward part measures are compromised.
ENHANCED Performance -- Performance has been enhanced in the Report Designer, Form Designer, Radio Buttons and Treeview among others.
Researchers designed it to collect and analyze any sort of data in any context--text, numbers, radio buttons, checkboxes, pop-up menus and lists.
The module allows users to customize an unlimited number of templates for an organization and is capable of multiple types of data capture such as check boxes, radio buttons, text and pull-down menus.
Digitize the physician's information gathering (picture the doc at the bedside tapping radio buttons on a wireless FDA and scrawling a few notes).
User's get the same graphical user interface (GUI) features in both types of PDAs, such as drop-down menus, radio buttons, graphics, and sound playing, according to Terry.
The radio buttons are ridiculously fiddly to operate, and the anti-theft front piece awkwardly bulky to carry when removed.
The radio buttons are large and easy to use - unlike the ones in the Taurus.
Pop-up picklists, check boxes, radio buttons and other input aids simplify data entry and promote uniform results.
We keep seeing screens buried in layer upon layer of dialog boxes and windows, cluttered with randomly placed icons, file directories, pick lists, radio buttons, data entry fields, and other graphical furniture.