How to check the state of a radio button or checkbox in Selenium?

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Hey Priya, to check the state of a radio button or checkbox, you can use isSelected() method of Selenium Webdriver, which returns the boolean value as output. For eg. 

boolean test = webdriver.findElement(By.xpath("checkbox/radio button XPath")).isSelected();

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