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#142528 18/02/06 02:36 PM
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arkt1k Offline OP
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Code:
on *:CTCPREPLY:*:{
  if ($1 == ping) { goto ping }
  :ping
  %ping = $calc($ticks - $2)
  echo -a ctcp 1,1 $str($chr(160),10) 09 ctcp ping reply from $nick %ping sec(s)
}


Nevermind, but i'm going to post my fix incase anyone ever had the same problem this post could be refered to smile

Code:
ctcp { 
  if ($2 == ping) { set %ping $ticks
    echo -ai18 $theme(ctcp) 1,1 $str($chr(160),10) 9 $theme(ctcp $2 to $1)
    .ctcp $1 $2
    .halt
  }
}

on *:CTCPREPLY:*:{
  if ($1 == ping) { goto ping }
  :ping
  %pingz = $round($calc($calc($ticks - %ping) / 1000),4) 
  echo -a $theme(ctcp) 1,1 $str($chr(160),10) 09 $theme(ctcp ping reply from $nick %pingz sec(s))
  halt
}


Also nevermind the $theme()

Last edited by arkt1k; 18/02/06 03:33 PM.
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Fjord artisan
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You can shorten your On ctcpreply event to this

Code:
 on *:CTCPREPLY:PING*:{

  %pingz = $round($calc(($ticks - %ping) / 1000),4) 

  echo -a $theme(ctcp) 1,1 $str($chr(160),10) 09 $theme(ctcp ping reply from $nick %pingz sec(s))

halt

}
 


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If you want, you can actually send your $ticks value in your CTCP Ping, rather than setting it locally.
example:
Code:
/ctcpticks {
.raw privmsg $1 $+(:,$chr(1),PING,$chr(32),$ticks,$chr(1))
echo -a (whatever you want to show when you send the CTCP Ping)
}
on *:ctcpreply:PING*:{
echo -a $nick replied after $round($calc($calc($ticks - $2) / 1000),4) sec(s)
}

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I used $ticks to calculate a ping reply in milliseconds. See the explanation and code here: Ping in milliseconds. Please don't rip the code (use it without giving credit to the original author), or you will have bad sex for the rest of your life wink

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As a side note to all this ping calculation, here's how I do miliseconds:

1) standard ping request comes in (ctcp my-nick ping)
2) using the script:

Code:
ctcp ^*:*: {
  elseif ($1 == ping) {
    if ($nick != $me) {
      custom reply code snipped
      if ($calc(($2 - $ctime)/1000) >= 0) { var %pt = $calc(($2 - $ctime)/1000) | goto display }
      if ($calc(($ctime - $2)/1000) >= 0) { var %pt = $calc(($ctime - $2)/1000) | goto display }
      :display
      rest of script
    }
  }
}


I KNOW it could be done differently, but it works well by intercepting the $ctime value placed on $2 and just manipulates that vs using $ticks


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