Radio Button

The RadioButton is a subclass of the ToggleButton class and offers the same events, such as Checked, Unchecked, and Indeterminate, and properties, such as IsChecked. A radio button is used to represent a set of related but mutually exclusive choices. The user taps on the radio button description text or glyph to select the control. Only one option from a particular group may be selected at a time.

RadioButtons that reside in the same container control automatically share the same group. In addition, the RadioButton has a GroupName property, which allows you to override the default behavior and to enforce mutual exclusivity explicitly by restricting those RadioButtons that share the same GroupName to no more than one being checked ...

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