Simple Bad Words Kicker

Platform:  mIRC
Published  Feb 23, 2010
Updated  Feb 23, 2010
Just an extremley simple bad words kicker, you must have mode +G activated
(/mode +G #YourChannel)

I knows it's rubbish, any suggestions?

Change it as much as you want. on *:TEXT:*<censored>*:#: {
/kick $chan $nick I have suspected you are swearing, please no swearing in this channel.
}

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Jethro   -  Feb 27, 2010
Dean, your method is not efficient. Are you going to keep doing that one per text event if you have more than one hundred bad words to watch out for? Besides, using the wildcard *text* will trigger upon any text that exists within a word, rather than by itself...which more likely result in a wrongful kick.
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raccoon   -  Feb 27, 2010
raccoon weeps.
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`Dean   -  Feb 27, 2010
Instead of having mode +G enabled, you could add this:
*Can't really sware on here, but you know what I mean.
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`Dean   -  Feb 27, 2010
Probably one of the most pointless scripts I have ever seen.
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Jethro   -  Feb 24, 2010
This so-called "communist virtue" plays a big role in contributing to school shootings and violence. Miserably they're going to exist for eternity, so long people emulate to raccoon's idealism.
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napa182   -  Feb 24, 2010
I don't remember much from school. Been along time about 18 years now. All I know is from life experience, and no I don't have communist virtues.

I don't see why you get all butt hurt about how someone would run their irc channel. If they don't want cursing in their channel more power to them. If you don't agree don't join it. One more thing you seem to have a hatred of teachers, why is that?
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raccoon   -  Feb 24, 2010
I see you sticking up for free speech then I look at ur avatar.

Your school teachers hang an American flag in their classroom, and what do you learn?

* Swearing is bad! Detention.
* Zero Tolerance Policy! Screw Due Process.
* Burning the American flag is illegal. (it's not)
* If you didn't do anything wrong, you have nothing to hide. (no privacy)
* Everyone's a winner; no child left behind; everyone is equal and the same.

These are all kommunist virtues. And sadly, you are our future.
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Jethro   -  Feb 24, 2010
Does the word communist ring a bell?
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napa182   -  Feb 24, 2010
lol

I see you sticking up for free speech then I look at ur avatar.

anyways..

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FordLawnmower   -  Feb 24, 2010
I agree completely raccoon.
Plus I curse like a drunken sailor :P
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raccoon   -  Feb 24, 2010
Read between the lines, kid.

Suppressing speech based on words and thought is the same as burning books based on material and depiction. On IRC even more-so than spoken language--as it's a written documentary that can be read and re-read by many--prohibiting people from using certain vocabulary is only robbing yourself of a literary experience.

If you can't be bothered to personally moderate a channel against spam; trolling; hate; and verbal attacks; without violating an individual's right to speak, then you are not capable of being a channel operator and need to step down.
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GuitarMasterx7   -  Feb 24, 2010
Burn books that depict nipples


what does that have to do wif anything >_>

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Jethro   -  Feb 24, 2010
raccoon, your Platonism is combined with a redneck touch to it.
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raccoon   -  Feb 24, 2010
Rather than encouraging reasonable and poetic use of obscenity in limited quantities, we should invoke hostile retaliation against any unseemly behavior. Burn books that depict nipples, and shoot anyone who even thinks about ribaldry!

First amendment, smurf amendment.

You have your teachers to blame.
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Jethro   -  Feb 23, 2010
The <censored> is a mask sent from a chat server to block the bad words said by someone in a channel. If you said, "
<kent> you're my bitch
and when the +G is set, it'd appear as
<kent> you're my <censored>
Depending on what the mask is set, it can appear in a variety of masks...along with what bad words has been included in a server's bad word filter list.
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napa182   -  Feb 23, 2010
@Kent you don't put nothing hence the chan mode +G being set in his intro.

i still don't know why you would kick on that tho. Kinda voids the use of mode +G
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Kent   -  Feb 23, 2010
in the <censored> what will i put there??
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Jethro   -  Feb 23, 2010
The only suggestion I have is you have to make sure the client running the code is opped in channel upon kicking by adding the @ prefix. If it's not opped, you'll get an error:
on @*:TEXT:*<censored>*:#: {
Moreover, your code has a downfall: someone can get a kick if he or she enters <censored> anywhere in a sentence on purpose. (yes, there are boring individuals who will abuse this by getting kicked for fun; some might even spam it...)

Finally, I don't see how or why a kick is warranted since the +G mode already does the job to filter out bad words. But I don't blame you, though, since there are "kicking happy" ops about out there.
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