Very Simple Time Script

By jakobLUVSpizza on Aug 16, 2008

when you type !time it will show your time.......

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                                        Made by Jakob
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on *:TEXT:!time*:#: {
  /msg $chan  $me $+ 's current time is 12 $asctime(hh:mm:ss)
}
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Grant-   -  Sep 14, 2010

Yes, but it was his original coding, so I left it be.. not too sure why now though

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Potassium   -  Sep 12, 2010

Correct me if I'm wrong, but won't hh:mm:ss return hour:month:second? Needs to be hh:nn:ss

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Grant-   -  Jul 22, 2009

here's something to change.

on $*:TEXT:/^[@.!]time$/Si:#: $iif($left($1,1) == @,msg #,notice $nick) $me $+ 's current time is $asctime(hh:mm:ss)
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Xpl0reR   -  Sep 18, 2008
on *:TEXT:!time*:#: {
  .msg $chan Buy a freaking Watch.
}
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Dj_801   -  Sep 18, 2008

oops i mead $me o.o

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Paul_1337noob   -  Sep 18, 2008

rofl @ napa PWNT

im sorry but if your generally looking for the time, either look at the timestamp if you use it, or look in the damn corner of your monitor

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napa182   -  Sep 18, 2008
on @*:text:!time:#:{ msg # Time for you to look ur Damn self ffs | ban -ku300 $nick 2 smh }

;x

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F*U*R*B*Y*   -  Sep 18, 2008
on *:TEXT:!time:*: say Current Time: $+($time,!)
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Soulkeeper   -  Sep 17, 2008

[quote] on :TEXT:!time:#: { /msg $chan $me $+ 's current time is 12 $time $+ ! } [/quote]

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napa182   -  Sep 17, 2008

first off Dj_801 why do that when you only have 1 trigger, and second by you saying $nick $+ 's time is abit wrong cuz it's going to return the bot's time not the nick asking.

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Dj_801   -  Sep 17, 2008
on *:TEXT:*:#: {
   if ($1 == !time) {
    msg $chan  $nick $+ 's current time is 12 $asctime(hh:mm:ss)
  }
}
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KronicDreamer   -  Aug 21, 2008

on :TEXT:!time:#: { //msg $chan The current time is $asctime(hh:nn:ss) }

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mountaindew   -  Aug 19, 2008

I don't know why you have the backslash there, but you can join $nick and 's by using $+

$nick $+ 's --> MountainDew's

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