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Looking for some public Menu C/C++ algorithms (DOS Borland C++)

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I'm looking for some public Menu C/C++ algorithms (DOS Borland C++).
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Hi there.  CHeck out this site, it has everything...
Also check out the .../msdos/menuutil directory.

ftp://ftp.simtel.net/pub/simtelnet/msdos/menu/

Good luck!  Let me know!
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thanks
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