Menu coding; it cant need an MPS yet, right?!
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on Sat Jul 18 02:20:21 2020
So.. I did go over the wiki as finely as I could, and this option isn't
notated deeply like the others... and furthermore, the sections underneath, that I think would contain the needed info; 'creating prompt menu' and
'option chaining' are also not written yet. So... I think that my goal would
be menu-level still... because why would there be a -N or -Y (yes/no input) commands if not:
So I have a menu option that displays a warning file (warning.ans) with (GD) which I want to run a (-N) ask yes/no prompt here.. currently, I have a (IT) open telnet command after - however, I want it to only execute that command
if the user selects YES. If they select NO, I want another command to exit to main menu....
I'd assume that I put that as data in the -N command, that if its 'no' quit
to main menu... else goto the following telnet command...
Anyway, I'm stuck here... anyone know how to command -N (or -Y); and if I'm just missing documentation, a pointer there would suffice too...
Thank ya'll rockers...
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