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radio_group

 
print
 
$query

->radio_group(
'
name
', \
@list
 
[
, 
selected
, '
true
', \
%label
 
])

Generates a set of radio buttons.

name

The name to assign the input to (required).

\@ list

An array reference with the list items. You can also use an anonymous array reference.

selected

The menu item to be initially selected.

'true'

Insert newlines between radio buttons.

\% label

A hash reference listing labels for each list item. Default is the list text itself. See popup_menu for an example.

Using named parameters, the syntax is:

print $query->radio_group(-name=>'
name
',
                          -values=>\
@list
,
                          -default=>'
selected
',
                          -linebreak=>'true',
                          -labels=>\
%labelhash
,
                          -columns=>
n
,
                          -columnheader=>'
string
',
                          -rows=>
m
,
                          -rowheader=>'
string
');
-columns=> n

The number of columns to use.

-columnheader=>' string '

A header for the column.

-rows= m

The number of rows to use. If omitted and -columns is specified, the rows will be calculated for you.

-rowheader=>' string '

A header for the row.











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