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Easiest way to determine the selected JRadioButton in a Button Group

 
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What is the easiest way to determine which button in a JRadioButton group was selected?

I found this code...is there an easier way?

// This method returns the selected radio button in a button group
public static JRadioButton getSelection(ButtonGroup group) {
for (Enumeration e=group.getElements(); e.hasMoreElements(); ) {
JRadioButton b = (JRadioButton)e.nextElement();
if (b.getModel() == group.getSelection()) {
return b;
}
}
return null;
}
 
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If you've got all the buttons in an array, you can loop over them and ask if each one isSelected() -- that's a little bit simpler. But otherwise, surprisingly, no.
 
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