|Example: nca_menu_select_item||Menu Object Functions|
Selects a menu item.
int nca_menu_select_item( LPCSTR window, LPCSTR menu;item );
|window||The name of the active window.|
|menu||The logical name of the menu.|
|item||The item name to select.|
The nca_menu_select_item function selects an item from a menu according to the logical name of the menu and the name of the item. Note that menu and item are represented as a single string, and are separated by a semicolon.
When an item is selected from a submenu, each of the consecutive levels of the menus is separated by a semicolon in the format "menu; sub_menu1; sub_menu2;...sub_menun; item." The selected item must be the last item in a menu, for example: nca_menu_select_item ("File"); is not legal, while nca_menu_select_item("File;Open"); is legal.
The following variables can be parameterized using standard parameterization: window, menu, item