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CGI::Test::Form::Widget::Box - Abstract representation of a tickable box
# Inherits from CGI::Test::Form::Widget
This class is the abstract representation of a tickable box, i.e. a radio button or a checkbox. To simulate user checking or un-checking on a box, use the "check()" and "uncheck()" routines, as described below.
The interface is the same as the one described in CGI::Test::Form::Widget, with the following additions: Attributes "group" The "CGI::Test::Form::Group" object which holds all the groups of the same widget type. "group_list" The list of widgets belonging to the same group as we do. "is_checked" True when the box is checked, i.e. marked with a tick. Attribute Setting "check" Check the box, by ticking it. "check_tagged" tag This may be called on any box, and it will locate the box whose value attribute is tag within the "group_list", and then check it. If the specified tag is not found, the caller will get a warning via "carp". "uncheck" Uncheck the box, by removing its ticking mark. It is not possible to do this on a radio button: you must check another radio button of the same group instead. "uncheck_tagged" tag This may be called on any box, and it will locate the box whose value attribute is tag within the "group_list", and then remove its ticking mark. It is not possible to do this on a radio button, as explained in "uncheck" above. If the specified tag is not found, the caller will get a warning via "carp". Widget Classification Predicates There is an additional predicate to distinguish between a checkbox and a radio button: "is_radio" Returns true for a radio button. "is_standalone" Returns true if the box is the sole member of its group. Normally only useful for checkboxes: a standalone radio button, although perfectly legal, would always remain in the checked state, and therefore not be especially interesting... Miscellaneous Features Although documented, those features are more targetted for internal use... "set_is_checked" flag Change the checked status. Radio buttons can only be checked, i.e. the flag must be true: all other radio buttons in the same group are immediately unchecked. You should use the "check" and "uncheck" convenience routines instead of calling this feature.
The original author is Raphael Manfredi. Steven Hilton was long time maintainer of this module. Current maintainer is Alexander Tokarev <email@example.com>.