In addition to d00d, features are added in the help file to notify a user of their existance, not teach you how to use them. There are some things you should have previous knowledge about.
If I look in the help file for the "compatability"of sockets, i can find it. Its not there to teach you how to use it, its there to show
you how to use it.
Just like something as simple as strtok. I open my compiler and type strtok(, it will give me a popup with the neccisary information. Now, should it give me all the documentation and exaples on how to use it also? No. All it tells me is how parameters should be passed, and what i need to do to get it to work--the rest is knowledge gained.
Examples in the help files are there (IMO) due to the generosity of Khaled. He understands many, many users take it apon themselves to learn the mirc language, and understand peole who have never programmed in thier life will be attemping these functions. The fact that he needs to explain how every supported function, alias, and identifier is used is assinine.
I've said my peace, im done. Sorry for the long post but, eyy.. Ive got some free time to kill.