How to call a command button click event from a radio button.

When the user clicks a radio button, I would like to activate a command button.

 
      <asp:Button ID="cmdGetResults" runat="server"  
                Text="Search" Width="69px" AutoPostBack="True"
                onclick="cmdGetResults_Click" ToolTip="Find high performers"/>
          &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;

 protected void cmdGetResults_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
         strUserName = User.Identity.Name;
         MembershipUser currentUser = Membership.GetUser(strUserName);
         if (User.Identity.IsAuthenticated)
           {
               strUserName = User.Identity.Name;
               strUserID = currentUser.ProviderUserKey.ToString();
           }

<asp:RadioButton ID="optFindFewer" runat="server" Text="Find Fewer"
        TextAlign="Left" Checked="False"
        oncheckedchanged="optFindFewer_CheckedChanged" GroupName="AdjustSearch"
        AutoPostBack="True" Font-Names="Arial" Font-Size="Small" />
    &nbsp;

protected void optFindFewer_CheckedChanged(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
       Int16 intTest = 0;
       // Process the cmdGetResults onClick event
        // What do I need to change ?
        cmdGetResults.Click(object sender, EventArgs e);
        intTest = 1;
     }

Thank you,
DovbermanAsked:
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private void optFindFewer_CheckedChanged(Object sender,
                                         EventArgs e)
{
   // Change the check box position to be opposite its current position.
   if (optFindFewer.CheckAlign == ContentAlignment.MiddleLeft)
   {
      optFindFewer.CheckAlign = ContentAlignment.MiddleRight;
   }
   else
   {
      optFindFewer.CheckAlign = ContentAlignment.MiddleLeft;
   }
}
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dejaanbuCommented:
by calling,

cmdGetResults_Click(sender, e);
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DovbermanAuthor Commented:
Just what I needed. Thank you.
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dejaanbuCommented:
you're Welcome!
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