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This means you will miss the last line if it is not a terminated line and you are reading line by line only (and not in a binvar, although it's also easier to use on sockclose with binvar if you are reading line by line and facing this). You can read that line in the on sockclose event, {{mIRC|/sockread#Last line not showing up|see below}}.
 
This means you will miss the last line if it is not a terminated line and you are reading line by line only (and not in a binvar, although it's also easier to use on sockclose with binvar if you are reading line by line and facing this). You can read that line in the on sockclose event, {{mIRC|/sockread#Last line not showing up|see below}}.
  
'''Note''' (fixed since mIRC 7.36): Using SSL, on sockread might not be retriggered as it should, {{mIRC|on events/on sockclose|on sockclose}} will be triggered too early with $sockerr sets to 3, you must read the receive buffer from that event
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'''Note''' (fixed since mIRC 7.36): Using SSL, on sockread might not be retriggered as it should, {{mIRC|on sockclose}} will be triggered too early with $sockerr sets to 3, you must read the receive buffer from that event
  
  

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