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#199171 10/05/08 06:49 AM
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I made a script so that when an OP types !adminalert <name>, they are alerted when that name joins the channel. I finally got it working, and it works nicely, however I want the script to PM every op in the channel.

Is there a way I can get it to do this without individually adding each OPs name in the script?

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This is a modified list ops might need to be edited a bit and I know that using a while statment would be best but this should do the trick. Check the mIRC help files on how to use a while statment and the if-then-else for the isop statment. these will help.

Alias MSGOPS {
echo 4 * Notifying Op's on #
set %i 1
:next
set %nick $nick(#,%i)
if %nick == $null goto done
if %nick isop # MSG $1-
inc %i
goto next
:done
echo 4 * End of Ops list
}

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Code:
on @*:text:!adminalert &:#: set %watch $addtok(%watch,$1,32)
on !*:join:#:{
  if ($istok(%watch,$nick,32)) onotice # $nick just joined and is on the watch list.
}

hixxy #199187 10/05/08 01:25 PM
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Originally Posted By: hixxy
on @*:text:!adminalert &:#: set %watch $addtok(%watch,$1,32)
I'm not sure the "bot" have to be an op with this event.Only the users that type the command have to, so you should have a if ($nick isop $chan), and you're adding $1 to %watch, should be $2 smile


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Wims #199188 10/05/08 01:29 PM
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The bot will have to have ops, as only ops can use the onotice or omsg commands, but it looks like you're right about hixxy using $1 where it should be $2 in the $addtok.

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The OP never said the "bot" have to be an ops, even when he have to alert, but i agree it makes sense.In any case there still miss a if statement because the user that type the !command have to be an op too.


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Wims #199190 10/05/08 01:56 PM
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Code:
on *:text:!adminalert &:#:{
  if ($nick isop #) set %watch $addtok(%watch,$1,32)
}
on !*:join:#:{
  if ($istok(%watch,$nick,32)) notice @ $+ # $nick just joined and is on the watch list.
}

hixxy #199211 10/05/08 07:10 PM
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Would not
Code:
on *:text:!adminalert &:#:{
  if ($nick isop #) set %watch $addtok(%watch,$1,32)
}
simply end up setting %watch to !adminalert ?

My reading of the OP's original request seems to make this to make more sense
Code:
on *:text:!adminalert*:#:{
  if $nick !isop # {    .msg $nick This command is reserved for channel ops  }
  elseif !$2 {    .msg $nick Please use the correct format of !adminalert <nick(s)>  }
  else {
    var %a = $replace($2-,$chr(44),$chr(32)), %b = 1, %c = $numtok(%a,32)
    while %b <= %c {
      set %watch $addtok(%watch,$gettok(%a,%b,32),32)
      inc %b
    }
  }
}
on @*:join:#:{
  if $istok(%watch,$nick,32) {    .omsg Watched nick $nick has joined $chan  }
}

Admittedly the OP didn't ask for the ability to add more than one nick at the same time, or for the message if the person didn't have access to the command or for the message if the command wasn't issued properly.

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Yes, should've been $2 :p

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LittleJohn: If you're going to use $nick(#,%i) or similar to loop, you can use the extra parameter of "o" to specify only looping through ops rather than having a separate IF.

$nick(#,%i,o)


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