This was taken from the mIRC help file:
Returns T or F depending on whether the evaluation of the Conditional C is true or false.

$iif(1 == 2, yes, no)  returns "no"

$iif() returns F if the conditional returns zero, $false, or $null. For any other value $iif() returns T.

If you don't specify the F parameter, $iif returns a T value if the condition is true, and returns nothing if it's false.

$iif(1 == 2, yes)  returns nothing

You can find out more about conditionals in the if-then-else section.

- $iif determines the host to be either true or false.
- $sockerr opens a connection on a existing ip/port and if the host doesn't have that port open it responds to being false from $iif.

Last edited by brethren; 13/01/06 09:27 AM.