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There must be another reason for the assertion because you are very probable not using MFC 2.x shipped with the Microsoft C compiler versions 1.x:
Last Modified: 07-MAY-2001

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The information in this article applies to:

- The Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC), used with:
   - Microsoft Visual C++ for Windows, 16-bit edition, versions 1.0, 1.5 
   - Microsoft Visual C++, 32-bit Editions, version 1.0 

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Now When I change the selection of First Radio Button to Second Radio Button I am getting Assertion
How do you change the selection? Where does the assertion occur (MFC source file name, line, and in which function)?

Anyway, a radio button group is intended to have exactly one member checked. When activating a button, all other buttons will be unchecked. But a disabled button can't be checked or unchecked. If you need to disable a radio button, you must first ensure that it is not checked (usually by checking another button of the group).

The same applies when disabling a button in the template: It must not be set to checked.
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