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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.
The validating survey was given in two formats, with the triadic instruments and as a typical selection of three radio buttons.
The Java-based program employs radio buttons for product choices and sizes.
When a query is received through REM, Manuscripts staff select various radio buttons on the form to record information about the query, such as access and copyright conditions.
GUI style controls such as Combo Boxes, Radio Buttons, and Edit Boxes are now available for any RF Device that can run a Telnet/SSH2 Client.
The new handset also features the improved brightness of the main display, while the phone and radio buttons are colored white and amber, respectively, for easier use.
GFMPL Web applications use radio buttons, checkboxes and pull-down menus to quickly enter data, make configurations and generate desired outputs.
They must surf to the Google site and enter a search in the query box, and then check one of the radio buttons which include options for "Web" and "Mobile Web." The "Web" button returns a standard list of Google results and the "Mobile Web" button will return only those sites that have pages designed for mobile phone handsets.
This is much easier than clicking a bunch of radio buttons before you can even get going (an advanced search tab is also available).
ENHANCED Performance -- Performance has been enhanced in the Report Designer, Form Designer, Radio Buttons and Treeview among others.
Moving from overall physical characteristics to user interface design, Weiss offers brief sets of suggestions about icons, menus, text-entry fields, check boxes and radio buttons, and organization of Web-oriented information.