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What exactly is the 'menu'?

I'm not completely sure on what exactly a menu is

1 Answer

Megan Amendola
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Megan Amendola
Treehouse Teacher

The menu it is talking about is the program's menu. When you run it, it will ask if you want to 1) Add an entry, 2) View an entry, etc. Think of it like a video game menu where it's asking you if you want to start a new game or view the settings. Or a program menu like Google Drive where there's a menu to Upload items or create documents. The menu is just to show the user how you can interact with the program.

I believe it ends up looking something similar to this:

1) Add entry
2) View entry
What would you like to do?