Obsolete Text Menus
The functions above have been superseded by the graphical user interface but are available for use on unix machines and in the DOS version. Using the arrow keys may or may not work on a modern machine, depending on terminal configuration. See GUI Look And Feel.
allocates space for nmenu number of menus Menu identifier numbers start at 0,1,…nmenu-1
erase previous menu identified by imenu.
add variables specified in list to imenu. The variable names will be added sequentially in the order specified.
add the executable command specified by a prompt,command pair to imenu.
executes menu imenu, displays, navigates through imenu.
This is an old terminal based menu system that has been superseded by the GUI Look And Feel.
fmenucreates, displays, and allows user to move within a menu to select and change a displayed variable value or to execute a command.
The user can create space for a series of menus and execute individual menus with each menu consisting of lists of variables and commands. Menus can execute commands which call other menus and in this way a hierarchical menu system can be constructed. Menus can be navigated by using arrow keys or by typing the first character of a menu item. To exit a menu, either press the Esc key, execute the “Exit” item, or execute a command which has a “stop” statement. A command item is executed by pressing the Return key. A variable item is changed by typing the new number followed by a Return.
See the file
$NEURONHOME/doc/man/oc/menu.texfor a complete description of this function.