PUSH MENU Command
Places a menu bar definition in a stack of menu bar definitions in memory.
Specifies the name of the menu bar whose definition is placed on the stack. The menu bar can be user-defined or the Visual FoxPro system menu bar.
When used with POP MENU, PUSH MENU makes it possible for you to save a menu bar definition, make changes to the menu bar definition, and then restore the menu bar definition to its original state.
Menu bar definitions are placed on and removed from the stack in last-in, first-out order. Menu definitions take up memory, so every PUSH MENU should have a corresponding POP MENU to make sure your application's memory usage does not grow unnecessarily.
In the following example, the Visual FoxPro system menu bar is pushed to the stack and then modified. The original system menu bar is then restored by popping it off the stack.
WAIT WINDOW 'Press a key to push the system menu bar' PUSH MENU _MSYSMENU WAIT WINDOW 'Press a key to change the system menu bar' SET SYSMENU TO _MFILE, _MEDIT WAIT WINDOW 'Press a key to restore the system menu bar' POP MENU _MSYSMENU