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I think the subroutine is not entirely correct. Without te Carp which I don't have on my system I came up with this working version:
sub menu { my ($title, @option) = @{shift(@_)}; my (@name, @action); ($name[@name], $action[@action]) = splice @option, 0, 2 while @option; while(1) { print "\n$title\n"; print map "$_. $name[$_ - 1]\n", 1 .. @name; print '> '; chomp (my $choice = readline *STDIN); if ($choice and $choice > 0 and $choice <= @action) { my $do_action = $action[$choice-1]; return unless defined $do_action; $do_action->() if 'CODE' eq ref $action[$choice-1]; menu($action[$choice-1]) if 'ARRAY' eq ref $action[$choice-1]; + } else { print "Invalid choice: $choice\n" } } }

In reply to Re^2: Simple text menu by Mutector
in thread Simple text menu by del

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