Nick and Address Identifiers

 

$address(nickname,type)

Searches the Internal Address List for the address associated with the specified nickname. You must read about the IAL before you use this identifier.

 

$address(nick,1)  returns *!*user@host

 

If the Internal Address List does not contain a matching nickname, the identifier returns $null.

 

See $mask() for a list of types.

 

$anick

Returns your alternate nickname.

 

$comchan(nick,N)

Returns the names of channels which both you and nick are on.

 

Properties: op, help, voice

 

$comchan(nick,0)                returns the total number of common channels

$comchan(nick,1)                returns the first common channel name

$comchan(nick,1).op        returns $true if you are an op on the channel

 

$ial

Returns $true or $false depending on whether the IAL is on or off.

 

$ial(nick/mask,N)

Returns the Nth address matching mask in the IAL.

 

$ialchan(nick/mask,#,N)

Returns the Nth address on the specified channel matching mask in the IAL.

 

Properties: pnick

 

$ibl(#channel,N)

$iel(#channel,N)

$iil(#channel,N)

$iql(#channel,N)

Returns Nth item in the internal ban/exception/invite/quiet list, or if N is 0 returns total number of items in that list.

 

Properties: by, date, ctime

 

$ibl(#mirc,1)        returns the first address in the ban list

$ibl(#mirc,1).by        returns the address of the user who set the ban

$ibl(#mirc,1).date        returns the date when the user set the ban

$ibl(#mirc,1).ctime        returns $ctime format for ban date

 

Note: See $chan() for more information.

 

$level(address)

Finds a matching address in the remote users list and returns its corresponding levels list.

 

$level(*!*@mirc.com)  returns =5,10,20,21,32

 

$link(N)

Returns the Nth item listed in the server Links window.

 

Properties: addr, ip, level, info

 

$link(0)  returns the total number of links in the links window

$link(1)  returns the Nth server address in the links window

 

$mask(address,type)

Returns address with a mask specified by type.

 

$mask(nick!user@mirc.com,1)  returns *!*user@mirc.com

$mask(nick!user@mirc.com,2)  returns *!*@mirc.com

 

The available types are:

 

 0: *!user@host

 1: *!*user@host

 2: *!*@host

 3: *!*user@*.host

 4: *!*@*.host

 5: nick!user@host

 6: nick!*user@host

 7: nick!*@host

 8: nick!*user@*.host

 9: nick!*@*.host

 

You can also specify a type of 10 to 19 which correspond to masks 0 to 9, but instead of using a * wildcard to replace portions of the host, mIRC uses ? wildcards to replace the numbers in the address.

 

This standard set of masks is also used in other identifiers and commands.

 

$me

Returns your current nickname.

 

$mnick

Returns your main nickname.

 

$nick(#,N/nick,aohvr,aohvr)

Returns Nth nickname in the channels nickname listbox on channel #.

 

Properties: color, pnick, idle

 

$nick(#mIRC,0)  returns the total number of nicknames on #mIRC

$nick(#mIRC,1)  returns the 1st nickname on #mIRC

 

Both aohvr parameters are optional. The first specifies which nicks you would like included, and the second specifies the nicks you would like excluded, where:

 

  a = all nicks, o = ops, h = halfops, v = voiced, r = regular

 

$nick(#mIRC,1,o)  return the first op on #mIRC

$nick(#mIRC,0,a,o)  return the total number of nicks not including ops on #mIRC

 

The pnick property returns the nickname in a .@%+nick format.

 

The idle property returns the time the user has been idle on the specified channel, ie. the time since the user last sent a message to the channel.

 

Note: See the $prefix identifier for more information.

 

$nickmode

Returns the channel nickname modes supported by the current server.

 

$notify

Returns $true or $false depending on whether the notify list is on or off.

 

$notify(N/nick)

Returns the Nth nickname in your Notify list.

 

Properties: ison, note, sound, whois, addr, network

 

$notify(0)        returns the number of nicknames in your notify list.

$notify(3)        returns the 3rd nickname in your notify list.

$notify(3).ison        returns $true if this user is on IRC, $false if not.

$notify(goat)        returns the Nth position of nickname goat in the notify list

 

$snicks

Returns a string of the currently selected nicknames in the active channel listbox in the form:

 

nick1,nick2,nick3,...,nickN

 

$snick(#,N)

Returns the Nth selected nickname in the channel listbox on channel #.

 

$snick(#mIRC,0)    returns the total number of selected nicknames on #mIRC

$snick(#mIRC,1)    returns the 1st selected nickname on #mIRC

 

Note: If the N parameter is not specified, it returns a line containing all selected nicknames.

 

$snotify

Returns the currently selected nickname in the notify list box.

 

$trust(N)

Returns the Nth item in the dcc trust list, or if N is 0 returns total number of items in list.