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show_menu

Syntax
									native show_menu(index, keys, const menu[], time = -1, const title[] = "");
								
Variable Description
index
Client to display menu to, use 0 to display to all clients
keys
Enabled keys
menu
Menu body
time
Menu timeout in seconds, -1 to disable
title
Name of the menu for internal tracking purposes

Description
Displays a menu to the client.

Note
Keys is a bitflag value that represents which keys the user can press
on the menu. If you want to display disabled menu options, or skip
certain number slots, you should exclude that key from the bitflag.
amxconst.inc provides MENU_KEY_* constants for convenience.

Note
The title parameter is not displayed to the client and is only used for
identifying menus internally and assigning them to their callbacks.
The title corresponds to the menu name that you register with
register_menuid()

Return
1 on success, 0 if menu could not be displayed (client not connected)
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