Hi Jeremy
 
I have tried your code, it didn't work. I have seen that these are methods for "checkbutton", no "radiobutton". However your answer pointed me to the solution. I found the right method for "radio buttons" and it did work.
 
Thank you very much guys for your help and cooperation.
 
Talk to you guys soon.
 
Cheers
 
SOLUTION:
 
 
Set RadioButton (checked or not):

$w_main_cu->Rb_option2->Checked(1);  #1 to set 0 to clear

Get RadioButton State:

$rb2_selected =$w_main_cu->Rb_option2->Checked();
return 1 if it is checked, 0= not checked.
 


Jeremy White <jez_white@hotmail.com> wrote:
Hi,

Use the GetCheck and the SetCheck methods.

For example, after you have created the radio button use:

$w_main_cu->Rb_option2->SetCheck(1); #1 to set 0 to clear

in the click event use:

sub cb_cu_Click{
#I want to get here what option was selected. (Selected RadioButton)
print $w_main_cu->Rb_option1->GetCheck();
print $w_main_cu->Rb_option2->GetCheck();
}

>From: Daniel Mazzini
>To: perl-win32-gui-users@lists.sourceforge.net
>Subject: [perl-win32-gui-users] Radio Buttons Question - Win32::Gui
>Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2005 08:02:49 -0800 (PST)
>
>Hi all
>
>I have two questions:
>
>1. I am trying "to check" a radio button as initial state, I mean when I
>open a window. I used the option -checked=>1, but nothing happens.
>
>2. I want to get the the radio_button selected.
>
>I have been programming with perl for the last two years, I used Tk in the
>past, but I want to learn about WIN32::Gui.
>
>Thanks.




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