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Javed

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Hi Javed,

 

How do I pass values to the radio buttons? i Mean, if clicked on port 1 it need to show me pressure. in port 2, it should show me temperature. I am trying it out...but if u have a soln pls let me know.

 

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Sushruth.

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I have passed the string values as you had shown in the pic. But with radio buttons, can i make both the buttuns in OFF state? when the ode starts, user wil see one option in ON state which will confuse him right? hence I want to make both the radio buttons to be off wen the code starts. Only wen pressed it should turn ON. 

 

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Right-click on the radio control and select "Allow No Selection". That should solve your problem.

 

Regarding your earlier problem of passing different strings, you can use "case structures".

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Hi,

 

I have attached my sample code here:

 

Its acting a bit strange.

 

I have configured the messages as: when Port 1 is selected and pressure is selected it needs to display pressure mesage. and if temperature is selected it should display the same. But its not working like this. Can you suggest me a workaround for this problem?

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Got the solution!!!!Smiley Happy

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