Lesson 20 - Form framework for PHP - RadioGroup and FileBox
In the previous lesson, Form framework for PHP - CheckList, we added the CheckList control to our form framework. In today's tutorial we'll add the RadioGroup and FileBox controls and finish the framework for good.
As you may have guessed, a RadioGroup control renders a group of RadioButtons. RadioButtons are those circular CheckBoxes where you can only check a single box at a time. Generally, it serves the same purpose as the ListBox, i.e. choosing a value from a list. However, they're usually more user-friendly. Especially, in cases where there are only a few values in a list (e.g. choosing a gender or a shipping method).
Here is the class' code:
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