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Stored procedures
Adds a new option into a Radio Button control. The option is added after the existing options.
Example
// Add 2 options
RADIO_Options.Add("Read a book on a tablet")
RADIO_Options.Add("Read a pocket book")
Syntax
<Result> = <Radio Button control>.Add(<Caption> [, <Sub-caption> [, <Image>]])
<Result>: Integer
  • Subscript of added option.
  • -1 if an error occurred. To get the details of the error, use ErrorInfo.
<Radio Button control>: Control name
Name of the Radio Button control into which the option will be added. The option is added after the existing options.
<Caption>: Character string (with quotes)
Caption of option to add.
<Sub-caption>: Optional character string (with quotes)
Sub-caption of option to add.
If this parameter is not specified, the added option has no sub-caption.
If this parameter is specified, the sub-caption will be displayed even if the radio button is using a display mode without sub-caption.
<Image>: Optional character string (with quotes)
Image associated with the option to add.
If this parameter is not specified, the added option has no image.
If this parameter is specified, the image will be displayed only if the radio button uses a "Vista style" display mode (with image).
Remarks
  • The characteristics of added option can also be modified via the following properties used on the option:
  • When adding options into a Radio Button control, the control size is not modified. The added options may not be visible if the control is not large enough. The control can be enlarged by Width and Height.
  • To add an option at a specific position, use <Radio button>.Insert.
  • Using returned values: If the radio button is using the returned values, you have the ability to define the value returned by the added option via ReturnedValue.
    For example:
    nIndex is an integer
    nIndex = SEL_Option.Add("Read a book on a tablet")
    RADIO_Option[nSubscript].ReturnedValue = "Tablet"
    // Select the new option
    RADIO_Option = "Tablet"
Component: wd260obj.dll
Minimum version required
  • Version 23
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Comments
IMPORTANTE
PARA ZERAR A LISTA DE OPÇÕES, DEIXANDO TODAS OPTIONS DESMARCADAS, BASTA ATRIBUIR O VALOR -1

TO RESET OPTIONS LIST BY LEAVING ALL OPTIONS UNCLEAR, JUST ASSIGN VALUE -1

POUR RÉINITIALISER LA LISTE DES OPTIONS EN LAISSANT TOUTES LES OPTIONS, JUSTE ASSIGNER LA VALEUR -1

PARA RESTABLECER LA LISTA DE OPCIONES DEJANDO TODAS LAS OPCIONES NO CLARAS, SOLO ASIGNE EL VALOR -1
BOLLER
14 Oct. 2019