Well actually, consider mirc just like html. Any additional "whitespace" is just voiced. I mean its like having the decimal 0.10000000 or 0.1 Both mean exactly the same, so why keep the extended spaces.. Thats alteast the outlook of it anyways.
also echo $count($chr(44)$chr(32)$chr(32),$chr(32)) returns 0 basically it only defines a space if it is presant in the begining and only defines it as being one no matter how many u have there eg echo $count($chr(44)$chr(32)$chr(32)$chr(44),$chr(32)) returns 0 eg echo $count($chr(44)$chr(32)$chr(32)$chr(44),$chr(44)) returns only 1 actually this brings a whole new thing to show that the entire $count itself does infact have a major flaw in it
Actually only /commands cannot handle double spaces. All identifiers (built-in or custom) and variables can. Of course the spaces shouldn't be typed literally in the code, you need to use $chr(32) or something like $remove(a a a,a) etc.