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A pattern for the button in a buy and sell function.
Where the customer is allowed to both buy or sell, we provide a set of two-coloured buttons to distinct what is buy and what is sell.
Should only be used when you provide the function buy and sell.The buy and sell-buttons must be placed next to each other on a horizontal line, the buy-button to the left and the sell-button to the right.
The colour scheme and function stays the same in all devices and should be handled in same way within it's technical framework.The component itself does not provide any further interaction of the technical response, e.g. if the user press "Buy", you must design the rest of the journey.