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collection of them. · CRadioButtons::CRadioButtons (CPoint &c) Creates a new button from the given center coordinate point. ·



 

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· CRadioButtons class This class is a wrapper for the Button (CRadioButton) component. It allows to create buttons with internal images from a collection of them. · CRadioButtons::CRadioButtons (CPoint &c) Creates a new button from the given center coordinate point. · CRadioButtons::~CRadioButtons () Destroys the radio buttons. · CRadioButtons::cx Gets or sets the center x coordinate of the radio buttons. · CRadioButtons::cy Gets or sets the center y coordinate of the radio buttons. · CRadioButtons::m_chunk Gets or sets the first chunk of the radio buttons. · CRadioButtons::m_images Gets or sets the image list of the radio buttons. · CRadioButtons::m_imagesLength Gets or sets the length of the image list of the radio buttons. · CRadioButtons::m_offset Gets or sets the x-offset of the radio buttons. · CRadioButtons::m_offsetLength Gets or sets the length of the x-offset of the radio buttons. · CRadioButtons::m_pointer Gets or sets the pointer of the radio buttons. · CRadioButtons::operator = (const CRadioButtons &rb) Assigns the receiver to the current object. · CRadioButtons::operator = (const CRadioButtons &rb) Assigns the receiver to the current object. · CRadioButtons::operator = (CPoint &c) Assigns the receiver to the current object. · CRadioButtons::operator = (CPoint &c) Assigns the receiver to the current object. · CRadioButtons::RefreshData (void) This method refreshes all the data in the database for the button. · CRadioButtons::RefreshData (CString dataSetName, CString tableName, CString keyFieldName) This method refreshes all the data in the database for the button using the specified data set name, table name and key field name. · CRadioButtons::RefreshData (CString dataSet




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