(I think I'm a little crazy, just thought you replied again, then replied this back. Sorry. Anyway, I think what's below clears my point..)
You don't need the " == $true" part, just ($isuop(nick,chan)).
And, as I said, mIRC would need to know what "isuop" means, since it wouldn't be built-in, so it would need to get its value and parse its script code, which is exactly what it does with identifiers already. Again, what I meant is, AFAIK, unless mIRC used a different way to store that information so it could get it faster, it would be just a cosmetic change with no speed difference.
Plus, anyway, if mIRC had the possibility to get it any faster then, why wouldn't it apply the method to identifiers either? It's the same process: parse, interpret the code and return.
Last edited by cold; 22/10/03 11:45 PM.