There are many commands in mIRC where switches are used, and you'd think they'd be the most obvious switches to use. Not sure if it's because the "common" switches had already been used and Khaled threw in any old switch, I'm not saying all of them have no relevance but some have none.

Have you ever used a switch in any command without reading the help file or forgetting the switch and used something else because you thought that'd be the most obvious. I know I have.

This is exactly my point. Switches should be intuitive and relevant otherwise they create a mess both in the help file and in trying to use them. Given that statement, where does a feature like this stand?

- argv[0] on EFnet #mIRC
- "Life is a pointer to an integer without a cast"