This project is all about creating a Radio Operator using Java AWT Checkbox and displaying the desired clicked option as a message.
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Swing in Java is a Graphical User Interface (GUI) toolkit that includes the GUI components. Swing provides a rich set of widgets and packages to make sophisticated GUI components for Java applications. The Java Swing library is built on top of the Abstract Widget Toolkit commonly AWT, platform-dependent GUI toolkit.
JRadioButton class is used to create a radio button. Let us consider a scenario when you are provided with two or more options and being asked to choose one from them, and a message is displayed after choosing the option: this is where we use the Radio button. Real-life examples of this can be Quiz, or MCQ exams, etc.
In our program, we have used the Java AWT Checkbox, one of the most widely used classes for creating a Radio Operator. The Checkbox class is used to create a checkbox that will turn an option on(true) or off(false). There is a label for each checkbox portraying what the checkbox does. The state can easily be changed by clicking on the checkbox.
Below is the screenshot of the output of the code after execution.
Submitted by Subhashree Dutta (subhashree28)
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