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Nick check against mIRC username #115279 24/03/05 02:43 PM
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I sort of whipped this on the fly and it dosent work, so if anyone has an idea of how to fix it or better code it, do let me know plz.


;For New Drone Checker
if (%CDrones1. [ $+ [ $chan ] ] == ON) || (%CDrones1.all == ON) {
unset %identonly
set %identonly $gettok($gettok($address($nick,5),1,64),2,33)
if (%identonly == $nick) && ($left($nick,1) !isnum) && ($right($nick,-1) isnum 10-99) {
if $nick ison $chan {
.ban -ku120 # $nick 2 «Rdk©» [Auto] Network Abusive Drones Not Welcome, Please try again Tommorow.
}
goto end
}
;If the Nick didnt match the Numeric Drones then Check the Real Name by doing a /who on the nick
;set %SupNick. $+ $nick ON
;who $nick
}
:end
}

Re: Nick check against mIRC username #115280 24/03/05 05:17 PM
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One thing I noticed, you are using "isum" incorrectly.

($right($nick,-1) isnum 10-99)

($right($nick,-1) >= 10) && ($right($nick,-1) <= 99)

Re: Nick check against mIRC username #115281 24/03/05 07:24 PM
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($right($nick,-1) isnum 10-99) is the correct format, where have you been sleeping during class?

Re: Nick check against mIRC username #115282 24/03/05 09:22 PM
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When I look at my $address, I see: sHiFt!~sHiFt@xx.xx.xxx.x
The first $gettok (which uses 64 as separator) gives me sHiFt!~sHiFt@xx and the second $gettok (with 33) gives me ~sHiFt@xx and that doesn't look like a nick. A better way, I think, is to use $pos.

Re: Nick check against mIRC username #115283 24/03/05 09:36 PM
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Er... that doesn't look like a nickname because it's your ident? confused

Try something like:

//echo -a Nick: $gettok($gettok($address($me,5),1,64),1,33)
//echo -a Ident: $gettok($gettok($address($me,5),1,64),2,33)

Re: Nick check against mIRC username #115284 25/03/05 12:02 AM
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Quote:
When I look at my $address, I see: sHiFt!~sHiFt@xx.xx.xxx.x
The first $gettok (which uses 64 as separator) gives me sHiFt!~sHiFt@xx and the second $gettok (with 33) gives me ~sHiFt@xx and that doesn't look like a nick. A better way, I think, is to use $pos.


Since when did $chr(64) become a "." !?!??!?!?!?!?!!?
64 = @ getting resulting in sHiFt!~sHiFt and 33 is ! resulting in ~sHiFt which is the part he wants (I assume)


And on the original problem of why the script wont work...
Code:
set %identonly $gettok($gettok($address($nick,5),1,64),2,33)
if (%identonly == $nick) &amp;&amp; ($left($nick,1) !isnum) &amp;&amp; ($right($nick,-1) isnum 10-99) { 
  if $nick ison $chan { 
  .ban -ku120 # $nick 2 «Rdk©» [Auto] Network Abusive Drones Not Welcome, Please try again Tommorow.
  } 


I dont know why hes checking if the nick matches the USER (ident?) portion of the address, maybe all the real bots have this set the same as the nick?!?!?
The rest looks ok I guess i assume the real bots are x10!x10@xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx to x99!x99@xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx so if u dont match that you dont get kicked cause ya not a bot.

The thing I think might be causing the problem may be how hes calling this script into running, is it event driven or command line or timer ? He never showed us the method of activating.

Re: Nick check against mIRC username #115285 25/03/05 02:38 AM
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Yap! I must have been on this one. blush

Re: Nick check against mIRC username #115286 25/03/05 04:00 AM
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Hopefuly I'm awake this time.

set %identonly $gettok($gettok($address($nick,5),1,64),2,33)
if (%identonly == $nick)

If the user is not properly identified, $nick will never equal ~userid.

I previously solved that problem by removing ~ from the userid as follows:

set %identonly $remove($gettok($gettok($address($nick,5),1,64),2,33),~)

Re: Nick check against mIRC username #115287 25/03/05 07:49 AM
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Quote:
Since when did $chr(64) become a "." !?!??!?!?!?!?!!?

err .. you're right, the only problem with the code was that it also looked at ~ which indeed is part of the ident and that was what I meant in fact smirk

Re: Nick check against mIRC username #115288 25/03/05 01:59 PM
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Yes you are awake. grin

Why don't you use something like..

Code:
alias -l ident { 
  return $remove($gettok($gettok($address($1,5),2,33),1,64),~)
}

On @*:Join:#: {
  if ($ident($nick) == $nick) { do stuff }
}

Re: Nick check against mIRC username #115289 25/03/05 02:11 PM
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Quote:


I dont know why hes checking if the nick matches the USER (ident?) portion of the address, maybe all the real bots have this set the same as the nick?!?!?
The rest looks ok I guess i assume the real bots are x10!x10@xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx to x99!x99@xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx so if u dont match that you dont get kicked cause ya not a bot.




Yes the drones that r affecting are usually in the form x10!x10@xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx to x99!x99@xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx .. my coding is admittedly not my strong suit since i merly through a few things together, but all help is appreciated so far.

Re: Nick check against mIRC username #115290 25/03/05 03:12 PM
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You could try something like this perhaps?

Code:
menu channel {
  $iif($dialog(ident),$style(7)) Ident: { dialog -dmo ident ident }
}

dialog ident {
  title "Idents"
  size -1 -1 100 121
  option dbu
  list 1, 1 1 98 83, size sort
  button "Add", 2, 18 91 30 9
  button "Del", 3, 51 91 30 9
  button "Close", 4, 3 109 95 9
}

alias ident { 
  return $remove($gettok($gettok($address($1,5),2,33),1,64),~)
}

On @*:Join:#:{ 
  if ($ident($nick) == $read(ident.txt,w,$+(*,$nick,*))) { ban -ku120 $chan $nick 3 Ident $+($chr(2),$v1,$chr(2)) matched nickname $+($chr(2),$nick,$chr(2)) $+ . }
}

on 1:dialog:ident:init:*: {
  if ($exists(ident.txt)) {
    var %x = $lines(ident.txt)
    while (%x) {
      did -a ident 1 $read(ident.txt,%x)
      dec %x
    }
  }
}

on 1:dialog:ident:sclick:1: { 
  set %ident.sel $did(1,$did(1).sel)
  did -e ident 3
}

on 1:dialog:ident:sclick:2: {
  dialog -n ident ident
  set %ident.add $input(Enter nickname to add:,e,Add nickname)
  did -a ident 1 %ident.add
  write ident.txt %ident.add
  dialog -o ident ident
}

on 1:dialog:ident:sclick:3: { 
  did -d ident 1 $did(ident,1).sel 
  write -dw $+("*,%ident.sel,*") ident.txt
  did -b ident 3
} 

on 1:dialog:ident:sclick:4: { 
  dialog -x ident ident
}

on 1:dialog:ident:close:*: {
  unset %ident.*
}


Simply so you don't have to keep using || (or) to check multiple idents it will store in a text file for you to add to it or remove entries.

Right click in a channel, select Ident. And away you are.

When a user gets banned it'd look like this.


[15:09] * Andy has joined #Andy
[15:09] * ChanServ sets mode: +o Andy
[15:09] * test sets mode: +b *!*andy@*.MysticIRC.co.uk
[15:09] * Andy was kicked by test (Ident andy matched your nickname Andy.)


Hope this helps.

All the best,

-Andy.

Re: Nick check against mIRC username #115291 25/03/05 03:15 PM
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Didn't think creating an identifier was necessary ... here's mine for the "on join" event :

on @*:join:#: {
if ($nick == $remove($gettok($gettok($fulladdress,1,64),2,33),~)) {
do stuff
}
}

Re: Nick check against mIRC username #115292 27/03/05 12:29 PM
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OK taking into consideration i forgot to add a way of calling the code .. thi sis the latest version of the code im working on.

on *:join:#:{
if $me !isop $chan goto end
if $nick == $me goto end
;For New Drone Checker
if (%CDrones1. [ $+ [ $chan ] ] == ON) || (%CDrones1.all == ON) {
unset %identonly
set %identonly $remove($gettok($gettok($address($nick,5),1,64),2,33),~)
if (%identonly == $nick) && ($left($nick,1) !isnum) && ($right($nick,-1) isnum 10-99) {
if $nick ison $chan {
.ban -ku120 # $nick 2 «Rdk©» [Auto] Network Abusive Drones Not Welcome, Please try again Tommorow.
}
goto end
}
;If the Nick didnt match the Numeric Drones then Check the Real Name by doing a /who on the nick
;set %SupNick. $+ $nick ON
;who $nick
}
:end
}