!go and !leave for bot

By Vegito on Oct 13, 2013

!go #chan #chan #chan makes the bot join the specified channels.
!leave #chan #chan #chan makes the bot leave the specified channels.

on $*:TEXT:/^!(go|leave) /Si:#: {
  if ($nick != BotOwnerNickHere) halt
  if (!$2) { notice $nick 12Syntax: $1 $str(#chan $chr(32),3) | halt }
  var %i 2 | while (%i <= $0) {
    var %chan $eval($+($,%i),2) 
    if ($left(%chan,1) != $chr(35)) { msg # 12Invalid channel name $+(4,%chan,12.) | inc %i } 
    elseif ($me ison %chan) { msg # 4 $+ $v1 12is already on $+(4,$v2,12.) | inc %i }
    else { $iif($regml(1) = go,join,part) %chan | inc %i }


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ProIcons   -  Feb 23, 2014
 if (!$2) { notice $nick 12Syntax: $1 $str(#chan $chr(32),3) | halt }


Syntax: !command #chan #chan #chan wait what..?

It should be more like

Syntax: !command #chan[ #chan2 ... ]

Vegito  -  Feb 23, 2014

What do you mean?

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Archie   -  Dec 15, 2013

You have over complicated this script. This script is also very messy. Thumbs up for trying but for overall structure, it's a thumbs down.

Vegito  -  Dec 15, 2013

Whats complicated about this script?
And whats messy?

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Meta   -  Oct 13, 2013

You can place regex directly in the matchtext parameter of an event by placing a $ before the level (in this case, *) -- This will prevent the script from trying to trigger when it shouldn't, and also help avoid conflicts with other on text events in the same file:

*on $:TEXT:/^!(go|leave)$/Si:#: {**

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