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Hello, I'm trying to setup a hamburger menu button that when you press it, it will open up to display 3 additional icons that can be pressed, preferably in Kotlin. Any help would be most appreciated!
 
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Is that an assignment? Please show us what yo have achieved so far and explain where you are having problems.
 
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What you want is called a DrawerLayout. Searching for "android drawerlayout tutorial" or some such phrase will find a number of tutorials on how to implement it.

Alternatively, if you don't absolutely need the hamburger menu, you can use a FAB (floating action button), e.g. https://github.com/markormesher/android-fab
 
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