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.
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:

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.

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