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radio button

A selectable button on a web page. A radio button is small and round and, once clicked, has a black dot in the center.
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Radiobutton
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She added: "We then had to press our emergency radio buttons for backup because during the struggle with Mr Carroll, Mr Carson had climbed out of the car window and then ran away over a grassy bank nearby and into the darkness, but we couldn't leave Mr Carroll in the state he was in.
In fact the two items that are definitely round are the wheels and the radio buttons.
In fact, the two items that are definitely round are the wheels and the radio buttons.
The increasing trend toward data-driven healthcare has led to a misguided focus on keyboard- and mouse-driven, templated structured data entry that overburdens the physician with a plethora of check boxes, radio buttons and drop-down menus -with significant risk of reduced quality of documentation when there is heavy use of standard EHR templates and copy-and-paste tools.
All necessary IVR elements to configure are presented in logical order with clear directions on a single web page that responds instantly to IVR script the user types in the text fields or the question options they select via the drop-down boxes and radio buttons.
So, drag the RadioGroup component into the interface from the Form Widgets section of components and add the relevant Radio Buttons to it.
My preset radio buttons are WM, Five 5 Live, Radio 2 and Radio 4, depending on the time of day.
By using drop-down boxes, radio buttons and other "point and click" devices to record answers to questions, e-Triage captures interview responses as data points and not as text boxes.
cn home page to remove the radio buttons that offer language and locale options, Google said in a statement.
Applications draw from a set of common controls: labels, edit boxes, note boxes, check boxes, radio buttons, command buttons, and drop down lists.
The application also requires developers to validate the inputs from several types of input controls, including radio buttons, check boxes, and textboxes.
Once you've logged in, open any news item by clicking on the 'View more' link underneath the introductory paragraph to read the whole item and, when you've finished reading it, add your star rating by clicking the radio buttons to rate from 'poor' to 'best', then click the 'Rate' box to register your vote.