I have a console window that functions, but the menu is less than pleasing to the eye, and takes up a lot of screen space. Does anyone know the best way to condense these to take up less space? I've thought of having sub menus and splitting them up into rows and columns, but am not sure which is better or even if there's a better way. Here is the code for displaying the options.
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cout << "\n Choose an option: \n" << " 1 = Radians/Degrees converter \n 2 = Kinetic Energy \n 3 = Momentum \n 4 = Impulse \n 5 = Force";
cout << "\n 6 = Work \n 7 = Power \n 8 = Grav. Force \n 9 = Velocity of a wave \n 10 = Spring force \n 11 = Frequency";
cout << "\n 12 = Wavelength \n 13 = Period \n 14 = Pythag. Thm. \n 15 = Inverse Pythag. Thm \n 16 = Quadratic Eqn Slvr \n 17 Clear Console text\n";
// I used 3 couts instead of one massive to keep the code easier to read. This, of course, does nothing for the console window.