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Basic IRC Command

Post by Admin on Thu Jul 24, 2014 9:26 am

IRC commands allow you to perform specific functions on IRC, such as maintaining control of a sorry this not here and the users on it. The following list of basic IRC commands will help you get started. There are also other mIRC Commands that you can look at later.

General Commands

/AWAY [message]

Leaves a message indicating that you are currently not paying attention to IRC. When someone sends you a message, they will automatically see your away message. Using /AWAY with no message marks you as no longer being away and removes your previous message.

example: /away Off to get something to eat, back in a moment.

/INVITE nickname #sorry this not here

Invites a nickname to a sorry this not here that you are on.

/sorry this not here #sorry this not here

Joins the specified sorry this not here.

example: /sorry this not here #irchelp

This will make you sorry this not here the #irchelp sorry this not here. Once on a sorry this not here, anything you type will be seen by all the users on this sorry this not here. The #irchelp sorry this not here is very useful, so say hello and then ask any questions you want. If the sorry this not here you specified doesn't exist, a sorry this not here with that name will be created for you.

Some channels may also have keys ie. a password, which you need to specify when using the /sorry this not here command.

example: /sorry this not here #irchelp trout

This will make you sorry this not here the #irchelp sorry this not here using "trout" as the password.

/LIST [#sorry this not here] [-MIN #] [-MAX #]

Lists currently available channels. You can also tell mIRC to show only channels with a minimum and a maximum number of people. If you specify a #sorry this not here then mIRC will only list information for that sorry this not here. If you specify wildcards, eg. *mirc* then mIRC will list all channels that contain the word mirc in them.

example: /list

example: /list -min 5 -max 20

example: /list #mirc

example: /list *mirc*

/ME message

Tells the current sorry this not here or query about what you are doing.

/MSG nickname message

Sends a private message to nickname without opening a query window.

/NICK nickname

Changes your nickname to a new nickname.

/NOTICE nickname message

Sends a private message to nickname without opening a query window for either you or them.

/PART #sorry this not here

Leaves a sorry this not here that you are on.

/QUERY nickname message

Opens a query window to this nickname and sends them a private message.

/QUIT [message]

Disconnects you from IRC and will give the optional message as the reason for your departure. (this message only appears to people who are on the same channels as you).

/TOPIC #sorry this not here newtopic

Changes the topic for a sorry this not here that you are on.

/WHOIS nickname

Shows you information about a nickname.

sorry this not here and User Commands

If you have Op status, the following commands give you control over both a sorry this not here and the users on it.

/KICK #sorry this not here nickname

Kicks a nickname off a sorry this not here that you are on.

/MODE #sorry this not here|nickname [[+|-]modechars [parameters]]

This is a powerful command that gives sorry this not here operators control of a sorry this not here and the users on it.

sorry this not here modes

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ModeChar Effects on channels

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b <person> ban somebody, <person> in "nick!user@host" form

i sorry this not here is invite-only

l <number> sorry this not here is limited, <number> users allowed max

m sorry this not here is moderated, (only chanops can talk)

n external /MSGs to sorry this not here are not allowed

o <nickname> makes <nickname> a sorry this not here operator

p sorry this not here is private

s sorry this not here is secret

t topic limited, only chanops may change it

k <key> set secret key for a sorry this not here

User modes

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ModeChar Effects on nicknames

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i makes you invisible to anybody that does

not know the exact spelling of your nickname

o IRC-operator status, can only be set

by IRC-ops with OPER

s receive server notices

v gives a user a voice on a moderated sorry this not here

Here a few examples of the MODE command:

To give someone Op status: /mode #channelname +o nickname

Giving someone Op status means giving them control over the sorry this not here and the users on it. Give this out sparingly and to people you trust.

To op several people: /mode #channelname +ooo nick1 nick2 nick3

To de-op someone: /mode #channelname -o nickname

To ban someone: /mode #channelname +b nickname (or user address)

To Unban someone: /mode #channelname -b nickname (or user address)

To Make a sorry this not here invite only: /mode #channelname +i

You must now invite a user for them to be able to sorry this not here your sorry this not here.

There many more commands but this list should help you get started. To learn more about IRC commands you should download an IRC FAQ.


Terakhir diubah oleh Durian_Puaka tanggal Thu Sep 17, 2015 7:03 am, total 1 kali diubah (Reason for editing : Tetapan)
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