Im trying to get a tokenized version of $chan($chan).mode but all i get is the spaced version ie: +mnrstlk 1337 leetstuff... I havent been able to separtate it by commas like id like or anything for that matter. Any ideas?
he wants a tokenized version of the modes, like untokenized +mn tokenized $1 = +, $2 = m, $3 = n << example but that cant be done without seperateing the modes 1st coz ya cant tokenize +mn i think thats what he wants he wants anyway
Thats a bad way to do it. You assume everyone uses fixedsys. Thats not the case. Only ASCII characters from 0 through 127 have standard representations. Any character above 127 is an implementation specific character so you can not be guaranteed that it is a space-like character. And btw, why would you type $asc(alt+0160)? If you knew to type alt+0160, then you already know the number of the character, 160.
Charmap does show the number, on the bottom left U+00<number> Though it is in Hex, you can use calc to convert if your not farmiliar. Do view>>scientific, then click the "hex" radio on the left, type the value, then click decimal. >:D