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using fmli to create menu's

I am currently having a problem creating a dynamic Menu that reads in from a file and appends this Menu list with an exit menu item.

the syntax I am using to create the dynamic Menu is

menu="$ARG1 Host names"

`cat Hosts.data | regex '^(''.*)$0$' '
name="$m0"
action=open Menu.Login.mnu $ARG1 $m0

1) This created a menu that had 3 columns, I only wanted 1 column
2) I tried to add an Exit Menu item to the list but it creates one after each Menu list. e.g.

host1
exit
host2
exit
host3
exit

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Prophet::Web::Menu(3pm) 				User Contributed Perl Documentation				   Prophet::Web::Menu(3pm)

NAME
Prophet:Web::Menu - Handle the API for menu navigation METHODS
new PARAMHASH Creates a new Prophet::Web::Menu object. Possible keys in the PARAMHASH are "label", "parent", "sort_order", "url", and "active". See the subroutines with the respective name below for each option's use. label [STRING] Sets or returns the string that the menu item will be displayed as. parent [MENU] Gets or sets the parent Prophet::Web::Menu of this item; this defaults to null. This ensures that the reference is weakened. sort_order [NUMBER] Gets or sets the sort order of the item, as it will be displayed under the parent. This defaults to adding onto the end. link Gets or set a Jifty::Web::Link object that represents this menu item. If you're looking to do complex ajaxy things with menus, this is likely the option you want. target [STRING] Get or set the frame or pseudo-target for this link. something like _blank class [STRING] Gets or sets the CSS class the link should have in addition to the default classes. This is only used if "link" isn't specified. url Gets or sets the URL that the menu's link goes to. If the link provided is not absolute (does not start with a "/"), then is is treated as relative to it's parent's url, and made absolute. active [BOOLEAN] Gets or sets if the menu item is marked as active. Setting this cascades to all of the parents of the menu item. child KEY [, PARAMHASH] If only a KEY is provided, returns the child with that KEY. Otherwise, creates or overwrites the child with that key, passing the PARAMHASH to "new" in Jifty::Web::Menu. Additionally, the paramhash's "label" defaults to the KEY, and the "sort_order" defaults to the pre-existing child's sort order (if a "KEY" is being over- written) or the end of the list, if it is a new "KEY". active_child Returns the first active child node, or "undef" is there is none. delete KEY Removes the child with the provided KEY. children Returns the children of this menu item in sorted order; as an array in array context, or as an array reference in scalar context. render_as_menubar [PARAMHASH] Render menubar with YUI menu, suitable for an application's menu. It can support arbitary levels of submenu. as_link Return this menu item as a "Jifty::Web::Link", either the one we were initialized with or a new one made from the "/label" and "/url" If there's no "/url" and no "/link", renders just the label. perl v5.10.1 2009-12-22 Prophet::Web::Menu(3pm)

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