#857 – Manually Grouping RadioButtons

RadioButtons are normally automatically grouped, based on panel control in which they are located in.  All RadioButtons within a particular panel are considered part of the same group–which means that exactly one RadioButton at a time can be selected.

You can, however, manually control which RadioButtons are considered to be part of a group, regardless of the parent panel in which they are located.  You specify membership in a group using the GroupName property.  GroupName can be set to any string value.  RadioButton instances having the same value for GroupName are considered part of the same group.

            <RowDefinition Height="Auto"/>

        <RadioButton Content="Extrovert"
        <RadioButton Grid.Row="1" Content="Introvert"

        <RadioButton Grid.Column="1" Content="Sensing"
        <RadioButton Grid.Row="1" Grid.Column="1" Content="Intuition"

        <RadioButton Grid.Column="2" Content="Thinking"
        <RadioButton Grid.Row="1" Grid.Column="2" Content="Feeling"



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