random facts socket

Platform:  mIRC
Published  Nov 23, 2010
Updated  Nov 23, 2010
simple random facts socket type /rdmfact alias rdmfact {
sockopen randomfact www.randomfunfacts.com 80
set -u3 %rdmfact msg $active 12,1[4,1Random Facts12,1]
}
on *:sockopen:randomfact: {
sockwrite -n $sockname GET / HTTP/1.1
sockwrite -n $sockname Host: $+($sock(randomfact).addr,$str($crlf,2))
}
on *:sockread:randomfact: {
var %randomfact | sockread %randomfact
if ( *<i>* iswm %randomfact) {
%rdmfact $remove(%randomfact,<i>,</i>,</strong>,</font>,&nbsp;,</td>,<strong>)
sockclose randomfact
}
}

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Jethro   -  Nov 26, 2010
Or you can still delete comments, but be sure you indicate the nickname of whom you address your concern over his or her suggestion...
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napa182   -  Nov 26, 2010
blackvenomm666 if you are going to delete his comments then maybe don't reply to them cause it confuses people. ;x lol
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blackvenomm666   -  Nov 26, 2010
i didnt mean you aucun teen posted on here telling me to use regex i deleted his comment and posted that
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Aucun50   -  Nov 25, 2010
sockmark isn't regex, it's just like setting a var but one that unsets after the socket has been closed.
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blackvenomm666   -  Nov 25, 2010
i didnt want regex tis why i didnt use it
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Aucun50   -  Nov 25, 2010
Maybe you could make use of the sockmark command and get rid of that var.

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napa182   -  Nov 25, 2010
nice lil socket blackvenomm666. Im glad to see you getting better at making them. At lest you take the advice an help that is offered to you an make it ur own.
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Dark|   -  Nov 23, 2010
the animal names sounds cool ;P
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Dark|   -  Nov 23, 2010
haha teen, You're on a roll?
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