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Dojo Radio Button
In this section, you will learn how to create radio
buttons in dojo. For creating radio button you need "dijit.form.CheckBox".
The radio button do some action on press.
The RadioButton class is declared in the CheckBox.js
file, hence you need dojo.require(dijit.form.CheckBox) for RadioButtons
are used when there is a list of two or more options that are mutually
exclusive and the user must select exactly only one choice from a group
of radio button. Click a non-selected radio button will deselect whatever other button was
previously selected in the list.]
Radio Buttons are the same
as html but dojo provides more controls and styling options than a conventional
Radio button. The radio button also contains Boolean types value either 'true' or 'false'.
The following example creates a Radio buttons:
Here is the code of Program:
<!-- radio -->
<input dojoType="dijit.form.RadioButton" id="val1" name="group1"
checked="checked" value="Programmer" type="radio" />
<label for="val1"> Programmer </label>
<input dojotype="dijit.form.RadioButton" id="val2" name="group1"
value="Designer" type="radio" />
<label for="val2"> Designer </label>
<input dojotype="dijit.form.RadioButton" id="val3" name="group1"
value="Developer" type="radio" />
<label for="val3"> Developer </label>
Output of Program: