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Use check boxes to indicate choices. Selecting a check box indicates that the associated function is to be enabled. Check boxes are not mutually exclusive. You must associate a check box with a database or data dictionary (DD) item. You can use a check box to pass a value to an event rule (ER).
In addition to the standard control property options, check boxes have two unique properties: Checked Value and Unchecked Value. The control returns one of these values, depending on its state. The default values are 1 for selected (checked) and 0 for cleared (unchecked). You can set the values to any numeric value.