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users in chan #3073 22/12/02 09:26 PM
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JuZt3r Offline OP
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I want to logg everyone who joins my channel in a file.
on *:JOIN:#chan:{
if ( $readini users.ini Users [ $nick ] == $null ) {
/write chan.txt $nick
/writeini users.ini Users [ $nick ] listed
}
}

that one i got. but when a new one joins. i want to msg chan.sentral that a new user is in the chan. and how many that has been in the chan.. does anny one know how to do that..
And one other thing.
i have a bot that loggs individual ppl in the chan in nick.txt so is there any way to just type !log nick then it will say how many lines that person has written in the chan ?

Re: users in chan #3074 22/12/02 11:20 PM
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using just the /writeini and $ini should give you what you want.
on *:join:#yourchannel:{
writeini chanlog.ini chanlog $nick $ctime
msg #yourchannel $ini(chanlog.ini,chanlog,0) Users have joined #yourchannel since count logging began.
}

I didn't test that, but it should add/update names as people join then msg the
channel with the total number on names in the topic [chanlog]
a more sophisticated way would be to add the nick if it doesn't exist with the count 1
and update the count each time they join.

Re: users in chan #3075 23/12/02 12:27 AM
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Code:
on 1:JON:#channame: {
  var %n = $readini(users.ini,$chan,$nick) | inc %n
  writeini users.ini $chan $nick %n
  if (%n > 1) { echo $chan *** User Info: $nick has joined %n times }
  else { echo $chan *** $nick is a new user! }
}


that what u were looking for? it will count how many times each person joins a channel .. if its the first time it will say they are a new user, else it will say how many times the user has joined. .. and it could be set up to work for more than one chan.

as far as your 2nd q .. answering that without seeing the source code as to how it works .. all i can tell u is to use $lines() to count how many lines are in a file.

Cobra^

Re: users in chan #3076 23/12/02 02:11 AM
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on *:JOIN:#chan:{
if ( $readini users.ini Users [ $nick ] == $null ) {
/write chan.txt $nick
/writeini users.ini Users [ $nick ] listed
}
}

i use this one...
and than it comes how many times the user had been in the chan (after nick). But how do i just like !nick Oggabogga and it comes like Oggabogga has been in chan 2 times ?

Re: users in chan #3077 23/12/02 02:53 AM
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witht hat u cant

thats why i wrote u a new on join event

your not counting how many times he joins .. so u have no way of knowing

if u used the one i gave u hten it would be like htis

Code:
on 1:TEXT:*:#: {
  if ($1 == !nick) {
    var %n = $readini(users.ini,$chan,$$2)
    msg $chan *** $$2 has joined $iif(%n, %n, 0) times!
  }
}


Cobra^