MarxMenu is a powerful network menu system and job control language for DOS with over 1000 commands. It has a Pascal like syntax and puts serious programming power in the hands of non programmers. MarxMenu can be used for a lot of different things and is targeted at network supervisors who need tools to keep the network manageable.
MarxMenu was originally developed as a 0k menu system but has grown into a general purpose programming language. In many ways it is similar to Perl with a more Pascal like interface. It can be used as a general purpose programming language for utilities, applications, and job control. Several utilities I sell are written in MarxMenu and come with the MarxMenu source code.
- Utilities Documentation Files
MarxMenu TOC - MarxMenu Table of Contents.
MarxMenu Index - MarxMenu Index.
Download - Access our Download Library.
Examples - Example Marxmenu Scripts.
Screens - Gallery of Screen Shots.