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ttk::radiobutton(n)			 Tk Themed Widget		      ttk::radiobutton(n)

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NAME
       ttk::radiobutton - Mutually exclusive option widget

SYNOPSIS
       ttk::radiobutton pathName ?options?
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DESCRIPTION
       ttk::radiobutton  widgets are used in groups to show or change a set of mutually-exclusive
       options.  Radiobuttons are linked to a Tcl variable, and have an associated value; when	a
       radiobutton is clicked, it sets the variable to its associated value.

STANDARD OPTIONS
       -class		     -compound		  -cursor
       -image		     -state		  -style
       -takefocus	     -text		  -textvariable
       -underline	     -width

       See the ttk_widget manual entry for details on the standard options.

WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS
       [-command command]   A	Tcl   script   to   evaluate  whenever	the  widget  is  invoked.
       [-value Value] The value to store in the associated -variable when the widget is selected.
       [-variable variable]  The  name	of a global variable whose value is linked to the widget.
       Default value is ::selectedButton.

WIDGET COMMAND
       In addition to the standard  cget,  configure,  identify,  instate,  and  state	commands,
       radiobuttons support the following additional widget commands:

       pathname invoke
	      Sets  the -variable to the -value, selects the widget, and evaluates the associated
	      -command.  Returns the result of the -command, or the empty string if  no  -command
	      is specified.

WIDGET STATES
       The  widget  does not respond to user input if the disabled state is set.  The widget sets
       the selected state whenever the linked -variable is set to the widget's -value, and clears
       it otherwise.  The widget sets the alternate state whenever the linked -variable is unset.
       (The alternate state may be used to indicate a "tri-state" or "indeterminate" selection.)

SEE ALSO
       ttk::widget(n), ttk::checkbutton(n), radiobutton(n)

KEYWORDS
       widget, button, option

Tk					       8.5			      ttk::radiobutton(n)
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