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CButton - Radio Button and "Push-like" style

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I would like to have a toolbar that contains a series of push-like radio button.  I know it can be done with the resource editor, but I need to do it dynmically. Unfortunately I don't know how to set the style. The following doesn't seem to work.


CButton *pButton;

//this is in the init of my toolbar
pButton = new CButton();
rect.SetRect(0,0,50,50);

if(!pButton->Create("Test",WS_CHILD|WS_VISIBLE|BS_PUSHBUTTON|BS_ICON|BS_AUTORADIOBUTTON   ,rect,this,ID_BUTTON1))
          {
          return FALSE;
          }

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BS_AUTORADIOBUTTON | BS_PUSHLIKE

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if(!pButton->Create("Test",WS_CHILD | WS_VISIBLE | BS_ICON | BS_AUTORADIOBUTTON | BS_PUSHLIKE, rect, this, ID_BUTTON1))
{
    return FALSE;
}
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BS_PUSHLIKE is not in the documentation.

~Lockias
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