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$didtok Identifier - mIRC
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$didtok returns a tokenized list of the item(s) of a dialog's combo, list, or edit box




  • name - Name of the dialog. Must be open
  • id - The number of the dialog control
  • C - ASCII value used to separate the returned tokens. 32 is space, 44 is comma, 9 is tab, 46 is period, etc.




dialog sample1 {
  size -1 -1 200 200
  option dbu
  combo 987,10 10 50 10, drop
on *:dialog:sample1:init:*:{
  var %days Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
  didtok $dname 987 32 %days
  did -c $dname 987 $findtok(%days,$asctime($ctime,dddd),1,32)

/dialog -ma sample1 sample1
//echo -a The items in the list are $didtok(sample1,987,10004) and the selected item is $did(sample1,987).seltext
  The items in the list are Sunday✔Monday✔Tuesday✔Wednesday✔Thursday✔Friday✔Saturday and the selected item is Monday


Added: mIRC v5.7
Added on: 02 Feb 2000
Note: Unless otherwise stated, this was the date of original functionality.
Further enhancements may have been made in later versions.

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