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$chr(160) *is not* a space. You can't do /echo -a $replace(<string>,$chr(160),$chr(32)).

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Originally Posted By: MeStinkBAD
Also, what the hell is up w/ your $sp idea? It's an IDENTIFIER!


Please read: I said construct, not identifier. There's a significant difference between an identifier and a change to mIRC's grammar. The use of identifier-like syntax would just be for backwards compatibility. Again, I don't expect you read that part.


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Originally Posted By: argv0
As I mentioned, when you pass values to identifiers they're tokenized by commas, not spaces. In that case, spaces are not yet messed with. spaces.dll takes data via identifiers so spaces aren't touched and then bypasses tokenization when sending this data to commands. mIRC would need a similar construct to denote that spaces need to be ignored during tokenization for a part of or all of a command. I suggested quotes, but it could be done with some builtin identifier syntax like $sp(a <space> <space> ... b) so as to not change the grammar, theoretically anyway.


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Originally Posted By: DJ_Sol
Can we stay on topic please.

The matter is resolved for me.

Ive always used $chr(160) for spaces in text design.

Code:
Editbox: test     test

/echo -a $replace($editbox($active),$chr(32),$chr(160))

This works for me.


I recall that did screw up some unicode characters on the same line. Is that still the case?


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Now that mIRC is fully unicode this is no longer a problem ($chr(160) *is* the unicode codepoint for NON BREAKING SPACE)

In fact, $chr(160) can finally be recommended as a viable solution since it will work across all fonts. In 6.35 and prior versions, $chr(160) was not guaranteed to be an empty space for many fonts, and should not have been used (although lots of scripters misused it). Now that mIRC is using the Unicode codepoint for a non breaking space, this character is the same glyph universally.

Of course, this gets you "spacing", but is a) not compatible with non-Unicode clients and b) does not handle tokenization, ie. it is not a true space, as mentioned above. If you use this character to space text you would confuse scripts that tokenize by spaces. Perhaps $gettok should be able to take a list of token delimiters rather than a single one. Until tokenization routines can handle this, it's still not a great alternative to true multiple space support via a construct or something.


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If possible, although this might be incredibly hard to implement at this stage, I would like to see something that can specify how arguments should be tokenized.

Code:
//tokenpass 46 myalias hello world.goodbye world.1.2.3


This would pass these arguments to /myalias:

$1 = hello world
$2 = goodbye world
$3 = 1
$4 = 2
$5 = 3

And of course spaces would be preserved.

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Doesn't tokenize do exactly what you want?

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 tokenize 46 hello world.goodbye world.1.2.3
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And of course spaces would be preserved.


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That's not the same at all.

With that, /myalias would receive these tokens:

$1 = hello
$2 = world
$3 = goodbye
$4 = world
$5 = 1
$6 = 2
$7 = 3

The command I am suggesting would tell /myalias which delimiter to use to separate tokens, and it would preserve spaces.

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You people do know that /returnex is the only command that preserves spaces...

Really it just doesn't matter anymore...


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Trying /help /returnex didn't bring up anything in the help file, thus I have to wonder where you're getting this command from?

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It's an undocumented variant of /return that preserves spaces.

Just what that has to do with the topic at hand or why it "just doesn't matter anymore" is anyone's guess.


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You do know that the Feature Suggestions forum is the only forum that allows us to post feature suggestions...

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Originally Posted By: DJ_Sol
Can we stay on topic please.

The matter is resolved for me.

Ive always used $chr(160) for spaces in text design.

Code:
Editbox: test     test

/echo -a $replace($editbox($active),$chr(32),$chr(160))

This works for me.


Does this still work somehow? When I use the following two line of codes:

Code:
alias f6 echo -a Editbox: $replace($editbox($active), $chr(32), $chr(160))

on *:input:*: echo -a Editbox: $replace($editbox($active), $chr(32), $chr(160))


And enter "test test" in the editbox, upon pressing F6, I get:

Code:
Editbox: test  test


As intended. However, when I press enter, it simply states:

Code:
Editbox:


Which seems to indicate that the editbox is cleared before on input triggers. "on ^*:input:" also doesn't work.

Is there any way to read the editbox value when on input triggers, or keep track of all changes to the editbox without requiring a specific hotkey for that?


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on INPUT happens after ENTER is pressed. That means that there is nothing in the editbox anymore. It is now in $1-.


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