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Java Swing Radio Button Example

Introduction The radio button is a one of the core components that has been introduced ever since the early foundations of graphical user interface development. The very aspects of it is that it allows the user to select one value from a group of values. In this post, I’ll be walking you through how it’s easy to create a radio ...

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Get selected JRadioButton from ButtonGroup

With this example we shall show you how to get the selected JRadioButton for a ButtonGroup in a Java Desktop Application. Radio buttons, in general, implement a very user friendly way ton provide input to your application, especially when the user has some specific elements to choose from. In order to get the selected JRadioButton from a ButtonGroup, one should ...

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Create grouped JRadiobuttons with ButtonGroup

In this tutorial we are going to see how to create grouped JradioButtons using a ButtonGroup. When working with radio buttons in general, it’s usually pointless to create them independently from one another. Because the basic idea is to give the user a group of choices where he has to pick one of them. So the most common practice is ...

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