Word Definition

By toclafane1 on Dec 14, 2011

Okay, so I just got 'round to changing this snippet too.

Usage: !define (Remove the < >)

All comments/suggestions are welcome. :)

Example: [quote][2:00pm] <~Stewie> !define Example [2:00pm] <&thunderbolt> Definition: a thing characteristic of its kind or illustrating a general rule Pronunciation: /ɪgˈzɑːmp(ə)l, ɛg-/[/quote]

on $*:TEXT:/^!define( |$)/Si:#:{
  if ($($+(%,defpro,$remove($chan,$chr(35))),5) == $null) {
    define msg $chan $2-
    set -u6 $+(%,defpro,$remove($chan,$chr(35))) Flood-Pro
  }
  else { .notice $nick This command can only be used once every 6 seconds. }
}
alias def define .echo -a $1- 
alias define {
  if ($sock(define)) sockclose define
  sockopen define www.oxforddictionaries.com 80
  sockmark define $1-
}
on *:sockopen:define:{
  tokenize 32 $sock($sockname).mark
  sockwrite -nt $sockname GET $+(/definition/english/,$lower($3)) HTTP/1.1
  sockwrite -nt $sockname Host: $+($sock($sockname).addr,$str($crlf,2))
}
on *:sockread:define:{
  var %define | sockread %define
  if ($regex(%define,/definition">(.+?)</span>/)) hadd -m $sockname def $remove($regml(1),:)
  if ($regex(%define,/key-to-pronunciation"> (.+?)</a></div>/)) hadd -m $sockname pro $regml(1)
  if ($hget($sockname)) {
    var %s = $sockname
    $gettok($sock($sockname).mark,1-2,32) 04Definition: $hget(%s,def) 04Pronunciation: $hget(%s,pro)
    hfree $sockname
    sockclose $sockname
  }
  if (*Page not found* iswm %define) {
    tokenize 32 $sock($sockname).mark
    $gettok($sock($sockname).mark,1-2,32) No Results have been found for: $qt($3) 
    sockclose $sockname 
  }
}
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Chromatic   -  Nov 03, 2013

Did my update/fix help you? I know you just didn't know it wasn't working.. but it seems you adopted some of the minor changes I did to make it functional again.. except your url is english and not american_english.

I'm not an experienced IRC coder,.. but I decided to just take a stab at it and figured perhaps the website format had changed a bit.. and adjusted the URL but it didn't work exactly.. and added the "www" as well, and then it worked perfectly.

The Pronunciation is a neat feature, but I use this in a JTV chatroom, so I try to minimize any unnecessary information due to limited chat space. I also run Urban dictionary, as often the dictionary doesn't pick up the word -- especially if it is in an adverb/adjective format.. so I have it say " No Results have been found, please try !Urban (word)" for example. :)

Great and efficient script. Your coding looks quite good and not bloated (like mine would be). Do you code in anything else?

toclafane1  -  Nov 07, 2013

That's fine, if you ever feel the need to change something, feel free. I do not code in anything else, just mIRC really.

And, yeah... My code's have to look nice (I hate messy codes) :D

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Chromatic   -  Oct 30, 2013

Thanks for script.

It stopped working over the last month or so..

I managed to correct it by modifying the following:


sockopen define www.oxforddictionaries.com 80 

and


  sockwrite -nt $sockname GET $+(/us/definition/american_english/,$lower($3)) HTTP/1.1

For any using it, and need to fix it to work with the new website layout of oxford.

Take care.

toclafane1  -  Nov 02, 2013

I updated the script, and it should be working with the British English Link. Hopefully that will solve any problems you have. Also, added pronunciation to the definitions as something extra. :)

Chromatic  -  Nov 02, 2013

You are awesome! Great script, you should really write more stuff. ;)

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toclafane1   -  Nov 30, 2012

You're welcome. :)

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mike_12212012   -  Nov 29, 2012

K that works :)

Thank You for your work !!

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toclafane1   -  Nov 27, 2012

@Kiddo96 - I have added an alias: /def ... Will echo it to your active window.

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toclafane1   -  Nov 27, 2012

I use FireFox... Also seems I am getting the same issue, but when I re-coded this, I had no issue with it.

Edit: I think I have found the issue, the searching seems to be case sensitive.

[quote][7:43pm] <~Stewie> !define smoke [7:43pm] <&thunderbolt> Definition: a visible suspension of carbon or other particles in air, typically one emitted from a burning substance[/quote] and [quote][7:44pm] <~Stewie> !define Smoke [7:44pm] <&thunderbolt> No Results have been found for: "Smoke"[/quote] Maybe the reason for the script not working, when you posted your first comment was because of this reason, I will post a fix around this soon.

Okay another post edit: Updated, so now should be fixed for that issue. [quote][11:04pm] <~Stewie> !define Smoke [11:04pm] <&thunderbolt> Definition: a visible suspension of carbon or other particles in air, typically one emitted from a burning substance [11:04pm] <~Stewie> !define smoke [11:04pm] <&thunderbolt> Definition: a visible suspension of carbon or other particles in air, typically one emitted from a burning substance[/quote]

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mike_12212012   -  Nov 27, 2012

Tried in Opera, Firefox, IE and Chrome.

Mod mike_12212012: !define Smoke Mod waffle_bot: No Results have been found for: "Smoke"

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toclafane1   -  Nov 27, 2012

What browser are you using?

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mike_12212012   -  Nov 25, 2012

Still not working :( It responds now but get this "No Results have been found for: "add word here""

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toclafane1   -  Nov 20, 2012

Updated. @mike_12212012 - let me know if there is still a problem.

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mike_12212012   -  Jul 14, 2012

As of 7/6/12 this script seems to not work anymore.

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toclafane1   -  Jun 26, 2012

OK'. :)

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ryan7461035   -  Jun 25, 2012

Nvm. it seems to be working now for me :)

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toclafane1   -  Jun 24, 2012

What do you mean, is it not working for you?

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ryan7461035   -  Jun 23, 2012

toclafane1 Can You Update this?

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toclafane1   -  Dec 15, 2011

No, carry on, I don't mind. :p

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Jethro   -  Dec 15, 2011

lol toclafane, I apologize for hijacking your thread for my vehement rant.

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toclafane1   -  Dec 15, 2011

Thanks, and I will see what I can do.. :D

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Kiddo96   -  Dec 15, 2011

For now, I'm giving this a 7. But if you could make a command /define -query- so it would work for your own mirc as an alias I can make it an 8 :-) Very good script!

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toclafane1   -  Dec 15, 2011

I'm staying out of this.. :p

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Jethro   -  Dec 15, 2011

Pardon me, jaytea, if I came out too harshly. It's just sometimes you spit out words like "not the same," or a line of sentence with nothing to explain. Perhaps I was being a bit selfish. Did you do that to me mainly? :/ I certainly am living proof that I've come across some of your posts made as such.

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toclafane1   -  Dec 15, 2011

Lol

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Fuzionx   -  Dec 15, 2011

[quote] how do you think a timed variable works internally? :P [/quote] Hehe you got a point there, didn't think of that. :P

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jaytea   -  Dec 15, 2011

leaving people out in the cold? huh?

the question was purely rhetorical. a bit of banter between 2 coders. to spell out exactly what was (already strongly) implied is akin to a comedian explaining a joke for the special few who did not understand it after the audience's laughter has died down. i give Fuzionx more credit than that.

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Jethro   -  Dec 15, 2011

Firstmate has a valid point. Instead of picking on each other, why don't each one of us be sincere and humble to assist one another without behaving like an egocentric person? jaytea, I truly expect that you will share your expertise in MSL field with explanation...not just leaving people out in the cold.

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jaytea   -  Dec 14, 2011
Nice way of using a timer to check the 6 seconds delay between commands but isn't a variable less performance-consuming?

how do you think a timed variable works internally? :P

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Firstmate   -  Dec 14, 2011

You guys are being so silly. He gave a legit suggestion. Stop provoking each other =\

Great script btw, it'd be cool to work in a few different sites like webster and stuff. I think a google, define: might give some better results.

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Jethro   -  Dec 14, 2011

Precisely, toclafane, a person should never forget where he or she comes from.

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toclafane1   -  Dec 14, 2011

There should be a dislike button, for comments you don't like... :p

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toclafane1   -  Dec 14, 2011

Thanks Jethro. Also Dean, you were a newbie once, admit it.

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