It depends on what you want to do, the syntax of the code is correct (well the closing } for the event is missing, could be that it's there in your code), but what it does might not be what you want.
It listens on any channel for a message which start with "points" followed by only one character, any character (like "points@" or "points!" or "pointsa"). The ? is a wildcard character and match any character one time (the matchtext of events use a wildcard match by default).
Supposing someone is typing a message matching your expression, you then check the nickname isn't on the channel #aguilar612 and send one message if he isn't, otherwise send a different message.
What do you want to do?
Last edited by Wims; 30/01/15 08:14 PM.