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PING reply to ms #134702 04/11/05 02:41 AM
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How can I convert my ctcp PING reply to others from seconds to milliseconds?



Re: PING reply to ms #134703 04/11/05 02:56 AM
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This is an example of what you could do:

; Usage: /ping <nick>

Code:
alias ping set -u100 %ping $+ $$1 $ticks | ctcp $1 ping
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on *:ctcpreply:ping *:{
  if ($($+(%,ping,$nick),2)) {
    haltdef
    echo -atc ctcp [ $+ $nick PING reply]: $calc(($ticks - $v1)/1000) $+ secs
    unset %ping [ $+ [ $nick ] ]
  }
}


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Re: PING reply to ms #134704 04/11/05 05:50 AM
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slightly different is this one, I got it from the board here before the fire
I wish I could remember who posted it..
Code:
alias ping .raw PRIVMSG $$1 : $+ $chr(1) $+ PING $ticks $+ $chr(1)
on *:CTCPREPLY:PING*: {
  var %ping = $calc(($ticks - $2) / 1000) Seconds
  echo -a $+($nick,'s) $1 is %ping
  .notice $nick Your $1 is %ping
  haltdef
}

make sure you dont have another "ping" alias anywhere

Re: PING reply to ms #134705 11/12/05 06:33 PM
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That is indeed another alternative, but I would do a check for existance of parameter $2, because if you did a ping with /ctcp <nick> ping, it will not show correct results.


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