OP Commands

By Bluepower10 on Jan 29, 2009

Hey, I was bored, so I look through my scripts and gathered some op commands for your channels and such.

This includes the basic commands with a few extra.

And, if someone uses the wrong commands, it will notify them.

Basic, I know, I was just bored and wanted somethnig to do.

on *:TEXT:*:#: {
  if (!ban == $strip($1)) && ($strip($2)) {
    if ($nick isop $chan) {
      mode $chan +b $2
    }
    else { msg $nick You're not oped on this channel. }
  }
  if (!voice == $strip($1)) && ($strip($2)) {
    if ($nick isop $chan) {
      mode $chan +v $2
    }
    elseif (!$2) { msg $chan No nick entered }
    else { msg $nick You're not oped on this channel. }
  }
  if (!devoice == $strip($1)) && ($strip($2)) {
    if ($nick isop $chan) {
      mode $chan -v $2
    }
    elseif (!$2) { msg $chan No nick entered }
    else { msg $nick You're not oped on this channel. }
  }
  if (!unban == $strip($1)) && ($strip($2)) {
    if ($nick isop $chan) {
      mode $chan -b $2
    }
    elseif (!$2) { msg $nick No nick entered. Try again. }
    else { msg $nick You're not oped on this channel. }
  }  
  if (!opc == $strip($1)) {
    if ($nick isop $chan) {
      .notice $nick Op commands are: !ban < username >, !unban < username >, !kick < username >, !+m, !im, !+i, !-i, !voice < username >, !devoice < username >, and !topic. Note: These commands only work for ops and if I am oped.
    }
    else { .notice $nick You need to be oped to see these commands. }
  }
  if (!kick == $strip($1)) && ($strip($2)) && ($strip($3-)) {
    if ($nick isop $chan) {
      kick $chan $2
      .notice $2 You where kicked by: $nick at $time on $date for $3- .
    }
    elseif (!$2) { msg $nick No nick entered. Try again. }
    elseif ($2 !ison $chan) { msg $nick $2 is not in this channel }
    else { msg $nick You're not oped on this channel. }
  }
  if (!-m == $strip($1)) {
    if ($nick isop $chan) {
      mode $chan -m
    }
    else { msg $nick You're not oped on this channel. }
  }
  if (!+m == $strip($1)) {
    if ($nick isop $chan) {
      mode $chan +m
    }
    else { msg $nick You're not oped on this channel. }
  }
  if (!topic == $strip($1)) && ($strip($2-)) {
    if ($nick isop $chan) {
      topic $chan $2-
    }
    else { msg $nick You're not oped on this channel. }
  }
  if (!+i == $strip($1)) {
    if ($nick isop $chan) {
      mode $chan +i
    }
    else { msg $nick You're not oped on this channel. }
  }
  if (!-i == $strip($1)) {
    if ($nick isop $chan) {
      mode $chan -i
    }
    else { msg $nick You're not oped on this channel. }
  }
  if (! == $strip($1)) {
    if ($nick isop $chan) {
    if ($1 == files) { halt } | msg $nick That op command cannot be found. Please try again. }
  }
}

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Bluepower10   -  Feb 20, 2009

There are differences. One is for all ops, and the other is for all commands.

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Abtehi   -  Feb 19, 2009

SIMILAR POST REPEATED!! http://www.hawkee.com/snippet/5615/

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Xpl0reR   -  Jan 31, 2009

you got napa'd again... !!!

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Bluepower10   -  Jan 30, 2009

Lol, it is incase they mess up the commands or get confused and type !unbanme or something it would tell them it was wrong.

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napa182   -  Jan 30, 2009

thats why i didnt add it in the rewrite lol no point to it.

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Aucun50   -  Jan 30, 2009

I have no idea what that's for looks like it does nothing.

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PuNkTuReD   -  Jan 30, 2009

i might be wrong but this looks wrong to me

 if (! == $strip($1)) {
    if ($nick isop $chan) {
    if ($1 == files) { halt } | msg $nick That op command cannot be found. Please try again. }

$1 cant == "!" and "files"

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Aucun50   -  Jan 29, 2009

Lol myspace jr!

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napa182   -  Jan 29, 2009

Aucun50 said:

a script that's really good they get like 1 comment.

well the codes that are good for the most part will have comments like nice work, and good job.

but even the best of codes have bugs. what happens is someone will post a nice code then some numb nut new user will post about 10 either ripped or crap codes in a row then another user will post 20 diff versions of the same POS code then what happens to the users nice code???? it gets lost in a sea of usesless crap.

it's one of the biggest problems this site has besides the myspacers that think this site is myspace jr.

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Aucun50   -  Jan 29, 2009

No, lol type oped then opped and opped is wrong

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sunslayer   -  Jan 29, 2009

isnt "oped" spelled opped :p

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Aucun50   -  Jan 29, 2009

Idk like some super flood protection are something like that, a script that's really good they get like 1 comment.

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napa182   -  Jan 29, 2009

Aucun50 said:

the ones that are like !UberHack (ip)

and where are these uber codes?

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Aucun50   -  Jan 29, 2009

Funny how the most basic script get the most attention yet the ones that are like !UberHack (ip) get nothing lol

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napa182   -  Jan 29, 2009

eh ez to read in scripts editer ;x

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irchainscriptz   -  Jan 29, 2009

yeah i know but the way u clean it LOL ....:P to clean lmao

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napa182   -  Jan 29, 2009

piff it's the same code as Bluepower10's just cleaned up abit

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irchainscriptz   -  Jan 29, 2009

LMAO your not the only one ......!!!

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Aucun50   -  Jan 29, 2009

/me looks at napas code and get dizzy

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napa182   -  Jan 29, 2009

no need to check if $nick isop on every command, and you should make sure that the bot or who ever is running this code has op in the channel.

you also dont have to use $strip in every command line you can use tokenize 32 $strip($1-).

on @*:TEXT:*:#: {
  tokenize 32 $strip($1-)
  if ($nick(#,$nick,o) && !$($+(%,opc,.,Commandflood,.,$nick),2)) { 
    set -u3 $+(%,opc,.,Commandflood,.,$nick) on
    if ($1 == !opc) { .notice $nick Op commands are: !ban < username >, !unban < username >, !kick < username >, +m, -m, +i, -i, +v < username >, -v < username >, +o < username >, -o < username > and !topic. Note: These commands only work for ops and if I am oped. }
    if ($1 == !topic && $2) { topic # $2- }
    if ($1 == !kick && $2 ison # && $2 != $me) { kick # $2 $iif(!$3,No Reason,$3-) | .notice $2 You where kicked by: $nick at $time on $date for $+($iif(!$3,No Reason,$3-),.) }
    if ($regex($1,/^\!(ban|unban)$/) && $2 ison # && $2 != $me) { mode # $iif($1 == !ban,+b,-b) $address($2,2) }
    if ($regex($1,/^[+-][ov]$/)) { mode # $1 $iif(!$2,$nick,$2) }
    if ($regex($1,/^[+-][im]/)) { mode # $1 }
  }
  elseif ($istok(!ban !unban !topic !kick +o +v +m +i -i -m -v -o !opc,$1,32) && !$nick(#,$nick,o) && !$($+(%,opcflood,.,$nick),2)) { set -u3 $+(%,opcflood,.,$nick) on | .notice $nick You must be an OP to use these commands. }
}

but as ur code is 4/10

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Bluepower10   -  Jan 29, 2009

Fixed it, and thanks. :D

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Aucun50   -  Jan 29, 2009

You missing an end bracket :)

BTW your getting a lot better at scripting Good work.

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