Removes a menu from the specified scriptint sm_menu_delete(int mem_location, char *script, char *menu);
- The menu's memory location, one of the following constants:MNL_APPLIC
- The name of a memory-resident script that contains the menu. The script must already be loaded into memory at
sm_mnscript_load. If you supply
NULL, Panther searches in the most recently loaded script in
mem_locationfor the specified menu.
- The name of the menu to delete. If you supply
NULL, Panther uses the first menu in
sm_menu_deleteremoves a menu from memory at runtime and frees the memory allocated for it. This function also destroys all items in the menu and frees the memory associated with them. After you call this function, you can restore this menu only by reloading its script, provided the script's source file already contains the menu definition.