Simple Coded Talk

Platform:  mIRC
Published  Aug 22, 2005
Updated  Aug 24, 2005
Just fill in the fields, to encode english to the language, click encode. Then click ok, it should then say the encoded message. To decode a message, copy and paste it into the decode field, then click ok, it will echo the decoded message to you. ;Fill in the field "Encode" and type.It will then translate in special coding.
;To translate from the coding back to english, copy and paste the field "Decode" with the encoded message.
;Ace - irc.animelab.com

menu status,nicklist,channel,query {
Code Talk
.Encode://say $encode($$?="Message?",m)
.Decode://Echo $Active The Decoded Message Was $decode($$?="Code?",m)
}

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Hawkee   -  Aug 23, 2005
My bad, I tried to upload a change to the snippet form yesterday but for some reason it wasn\'t successful. It\'s been fixed. Sorry about that.
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QuickStep   -  Aug 23, 2005
its true, there seems to be a bug somewhere http://hawkee.com/phpBB2/templates/subSilver/hawkee_post_snippet.tpl is empty
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Ace99   -  Aug 23, 2005
Won\'t let me.
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supergeo   -  Aug 23, 2005
Dude, just fix it please. It will solve a lot.
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brottor   -  Aug 23, 2005
still hasnt put one....ace edit the snippet
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Yoinx   -  Aug 23, 2005
no, nobody said you had an extra. You\'re missing a closing bracket meaning the snippet is broken or that it will break anything you add behind it. It says when you submit snippets that you should make sure they work. This may work without the bracket, however it will break any scripts that follow it.

Its not an issue of perfect scripting, its an issue of writing a very simple script that is wrong. and would break scripts behind it.
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brottor   -  Aug 23, 2005
Ace the } at the end IS necisary if you want to run scripts under it that function properly. @ the rest of you the reason that i believe that he doesnt have the } at the end is probably that he runs more popups under the coded talk then probably a } at the end of those...
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Hawkee   -  Aug 23, 2005
Ace, I\'d appreciate helpful comments like these. When I forget something, I want to know about it so I can make it perfect. Also, if somebody were to add code below your snippet, the new code won\'t work. Your snippet would end up breaking it due to the lack of a closing bracket. If you\'re going to be submitting snippets here, please make sure they are as perfect as they can be. This is a site rule.
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Ace99   -  Aug 23, 2005
I try to make scripting easier for myself, and added one extra bracket is just one more thing to remember. Yes, so, it\'s only 1 extra bracket, if you would see some of my other snippets, I had other comments like this, but the brackets weren\'t needed, and the snippet worked perfectly, all of you that are obsessed with making perfect snippets, you go on and script however you want to. I\'ll do it my way.
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Ace99   -  Aug 23, 2005
Actually, no, a lot of people don\'t have scripts similar to this. Or at least that I know of. And I script my snippets how I feel like it, I know I scripted it myself, so I don\'t care what you think. :)
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Yoinx   -  Aug 23, 2005
I don\'t see how you\'re posting code that is FAR more advanced than knowing that the close bracket is needed when you\'re scripting. And you expect people to believe that you wrote your more advanced snippets?
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supergeo   -  Aug 23, 2005
Not very feature-packed...
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supergeo   -  Aug 23, 2005
Actually it is necessary....
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DeathRyder082   -  Aug 22, 2005
Not very usefull, and it seems common for people to have something similar to this.
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Ace99   -  Aug 22, 2005
Yeah well, its not needed, sorry for being sloppy. ;x
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supergeo   -  Aug 22, 2005
forgot the end }
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