r = mui.Request(title$, body$, gadgets$[, icon$])
Separate the gadgets specified in gadgets$ by a "|". The return value
tells you which gadget the user pressed. Please note that the right most
gadget always has the value of
False (0) because it is typically used as
the "Cancel" gadget. If you have for example three gadget choices "One|Two|Three",
the gadget "Three" has return value 0, "Two" returns 2, and "One" returns 1.
If you precede an entry with a '*' in gadgets$, this answer will become the active object. Pressing <Return> will terminate the requester with this response. A '_' character indicates the keyboard shortcut for this response.
The strings you specify in body$ and gadgets$ can use text formatting codes. See Text formatting codes for details.
Starting with MUI Royale 1.4 this function accepts an optional argument named icon$. This allows you to specify the icon to show in the requester window. Note that this is currently only supported by MUI 4 and up on AmigaOS 3 and AmigaOS 4. The MorphOS MUI doesn't support this feature yet. The following predefined values are accepted for icon$:
mui.Request("MUI Royale", "\027c\027b\027uHello!\n\n" .. "\027nDo you like MUI Royale!", "*_Yes|_No")The code above demonstrates the use of the