Category: MIRC Scripting

MIRC Scripting

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  • Author: Wikibooks, the open-content textbooks collection
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mIRC Scripting is a built-in, interpreted scripting language for the mIRC IRC client for Windows. It is an easy-to-use and flexible script for uses ranging from automating and simplifying IRC tasks to making mini-programs such as file servers and away systems. Some people even utilize scripts to completely skin and program the IRC interface. These are usually called “full scripts,” while individual, smaller scripting projects are known as “remotes” or “addons,” or “snippets” for really small scripts. This wikibook will attempt to explain all the aspects of mIRC Scripting, starting from the very basic parts of the language for beginners, and delving into the more advanced topic for experts.

The book is a work in progress, and there may be incomplete or missing chapters.

Chapters include:

  • Become Familiar with mIRC
  • Getting Started
  • Types of scripts (alias, popups, and remotes)
  • Raw and CTCP Events
  • Identifiers and Variables
  • Comments in Code
  • Command Prefixes and Quiet Commands
  • Control Codes
  • Branching and Loops
  • If-Then-Else
  • While Loops
  • Goto Loops
  • Halt, Break, Continue, and Return
  • Timers
  • User Levels
  • Text Matching
  • Wilcards
  • Regular Expressions
  • File Handling
  • Regular text files
  • INI Files
  • Hash Tables
  • Dialogs
  • Non-Modal
  • Modal Dialogs
  • Dialog Identifiers/Commands
  • Dialog Events
  • Dialog Studio
  • Agents
  • Sockets
  • Custom Windows

http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/MIRC_Scripting