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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(4) If the user checks the "Send a Singing Telegram" checkbox, the system ensures that the user also selects one of the associated radio buttons.
The second question is the topic of this paper, namely to establish the triadic validation with respect to the radio button alternative.
To do this, under HomeGroup connection, click the radio button next to Use user accounts and passwords to connect to other computers.
* Most students recommended that instead of manually typing in the customization options into the radio button and checkbox lists during the page design, those options could be stored in a database and all computer options could be automatically pulled from the database.
Custom fields can also be used to auto-fill checkbox fields (RoboForm has no standard checkbox fields, so you need to create a custom field) and radio button fields ("credit card type" is an example of a standard radio button field).
To return the system to a prior state, click in the radio button for Restore my computer to an earlier time and then on Next.
* Log on to the "Subscription Center" at the Air Force Link Web site http://www.af.mil/subscribe, select the "sub [scribe]" radio button for Air and Space Power Journal (English and/or Spanish editions), enter your name and e-mail address, and then click on the "submit" button.
Clicking the <Customize> button will open up a number of fresh options from which to choose, and after choosing the tab labeled <Support>, you can uncheck the radio button labelled <Highlight Newly Installed Programs> to rid yourself of the dreaded new program "highlights".
Also used are a fake forced-choice function (if the default is "yes" and you click on "no," then you're already on your way to the linked site) and redundant buttons (such as a radio button that gives the compulsive clicker a target).
Basically, this method does nothing but takes the id of the festival passed by the onClickListener and then adds extra information about the festival selected by the radio button. This method should look like as follows:
Load the "txt" file from the CTASC Catalog Data screen by clicking the radio button for NIN Import.
Even more likely, what if the client, for one reason or another, checks the Hidden text radio button on his or her own computer so that all the hidden text will show?