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Ms. Cathy is creating a form for Vidya University Sports Council application. Help her to choose the most appropriate controls from ListBox, ComboBox, TextField, TextArea, RadioButton, CheckBox, Label and Command Button for the following entries (INFORMATICS-PRACTICES-CBSE-12-2018)

Ms. Cathy is creating a form for Vidya University Sports Council application. Help her to choose the most appropriate controls from ListBox, ComboBox, TextField, TextArea, RadioButton, CheckBox, Label and Command Button for the following entries (INFORMATICS-PRACTICES-CBSE-12-2018)
To let the user choose one PROFESSION out of the categories : Teaching/Non-Teaching/Research Scholar


Asked On2019-04-09 14:03:33 by:naikaumprakash

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To let the user enter a mobile number, Ms. Cathy can use 
a Label to let the user know that he has to enter a mobile number and 
RadioButtons with proper validations to choose one profession.
This is an example using Java
  1. mport javax.swing.*;    
  2. public class RadioButtonExample {    
  3. JFrame f;    
  4. RadioButtonExample(){    
  5. f=new JFrame();     
  6. JRadioButton r1=new JRadioButton("A) Male");    
  7. JRadioButton r2=new JRadioButton("B) Female");    
  8. r1.setBounds(75,50,100,30);    
  9. r2.setBounds(75,100,100,30);    
  10. ButtonGroup bg=new ButtonGroup();    
  11. bg.add(r1);bg.add(r2);    
  12. f.add(r1);f.add(r2);      
  13. f.setSize(300,300);    
  14. f.setLayout(null);    
  15. f.setVisible(true);    
  16. }    
  17. public static void main(String[] args) {    
  18.     new RadioButtonExample();    
  19. }    
  20. }    

JAVA Jradiobutton 1

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To let the user enter a mobile number, Ms. Cathy can use 
RadioButtons with proper validations to choose one profession.
This is an example using Java
  1. import javax.swing.*;    
  2. public class RadioButtonExample {    
  3. JFrame f;    
  4. RadioButtonExample(){    
  5. f=new JFrame();     
  6. JRadioButton r1=new JRadioButton("A) Male");    
  7. JRadioButton r2=new JRadioButton("B) Female");    
  8. r1.setBounds(75,50,100,30);    
  9. r2.setBounds(75,100,100,30);    
  10. ButtonGroup bg=new ButtonGroup();    
  11. bg.add(r1);bg.add(r2);    
  12. f.add(r1);f.add(r2);      
  13. f.setSize(300,300);    
  14. f.setLayout(null);    
  15. f.setVisible(true);    
  16. }    
  17. public static void main(String[] args) {    
  18.     new RadioButtonExample();    
  19. }    
  20. }    

JAVA Jradiobutton 1

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To let the user enter a mobile number, Ms. Cathy can use 
RadioButtons with proper validations to choose one profession.
This is an example using Java
  1. mport javax.swing.*;    
  2. public class RadioButtonExample {    
  3. JFrame f;    
  4. RadioButtonExample(){    
  5. f=new JFrame();     
  6. JRadioButton r1=new JRadioButton("A) Male");    
  7. JRadioButton r2=new JRadioButton("B) Female");    
  8. r1.setBounds(75,50,100,30);    
  9. r2.setBounds(75,100,100,30);    
  10. ButtonGroup bg=new ButtonGroup();    
  11. bg.add(r1);bg.add(r2);    
  12. f.add(r1);f.add(r2);      
  13. f.setSize(300,300);    
  14. f.setLayout(null);    
  15. f.setVisible(true);    
  16. }    
  17. public static void main(String[] args) {    
  18.     new RadioButtonExample();    
  19. }    
  20. }    

JAVA Jradiobutton 1

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