xtd - Reference Guide  0.2.0
Modern c++17/20 framework to create console, GUI and unit test applications on Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS and android.
radio_button.cpp

The following code example demonstrate the use of radio_button control.

Windows
radio_button_w.png

radio_button_wd.png
macOS
radio_button_m.png

radio_button_md.png
Gnome
radio_button_g.png

radio_button_gd.png
#include <xtd/xtd>
using namespace xtd;
using namespace xtd::forms;
namespace examples {
class form1 : public form {
public:
form1() {
text("Radio button example");
controls().push_back_range({radio_button1, radio_button2, radio_button3, radio_button4, radio_button5, label1});
radio_button1.auto_check(false);
radio_button1.location({30, 30});
radio_button1.font(drawing::font(font(), drawing::font_style::italic));
radio_button1.text("Radio 1");
radio_button1.click += [&] {
// Uncomments next line to check / uncheck radio button 1 (auto_check is false...)
//radio_button1.checked(!radio_button1.checked());
};
radio_button2.location({30, 60});
radio_button2.text("Radio 2");
radio_button3.checked_changed += [&] {
label1.text(ustring::format("Radio 3 checked = {}", radio_button3.checked()));
};
radio_button3.checked(true);
radio_button3.location({30, 90});
radio_button3.text("Radio 3");
radio_button4.appearance(appearance::button);
radio_button4.location({30, 120});
radio_button4.text("Radio 4");
radio_button5.auto_check(false);
radio_button5.appearance(appearance::button);
radio_button5.font(drawing::font(font(), drawing::font_style::italic));
radio_button5.location({30, 150});
radio_button5.text("Radio 5");
radio_button5.click += [&] {
// Uncomments next line to check / uncheck radio button 5 (auto_check is false...)
//radio_button5.checked(!radio_button5.checked());
};
label1.auto_size(true);
label1.location({30, 180});
}
private:
radio_button radio_button1;
radio_button radio_button2;
radio_button radio_button3;
radio_button radio_button4;
radio_button radio_button5;
label label1;
};
}
int main() {
application::run(examples::form1());
}