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$mode Identifier - mIRC
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$mode returns the Nth nick affected by a channel mode change, this identifier is meant to be used inside event such as on op, on rawmode, on mode etc


Synopsis[edit]

$mode(N)

Parameters[edit]

  • N - The Nth nick affected, you can use N = 0 to get the total number of nick affected

Properties[edit]

if you use properties, it returns the Nth nick for the specified mode change:

  • .owner - returns the Nth nick which is given the owner status
  • .deowner - returns the Nth nick which is demoted from the owner status
  • .op - returns the Nth nick which is given the op status
  • .deop - returns the Nth nick which is demoted from the op status
  • .help - returns the Nth nick which is given the help status
  • .dehelp - returns the Nth nick which is demoted from the help status
  • .voice - returns the Nth nick which is given the voice status
  • .devoice - returns the Nth nick which is demoted from the voice status
  • .ban - returns the Nth nick which is banned
  • .unban - returns the Nth nick which is unbanned

Example[edit]

Although on op only triggers for op status, if you type /mode #chan +ob nick test, $mode(0) is still 2 and you can access all the modes lists

on *:op:#:echo -a $mode(0)

Compatibility[edit]

Added: mIRC v5.6
Added on: 06/03/1999
Note: Unless otherwise stated, this was the date of original functionality.
Further enhancements may have been made in later versions.


See Also[edit]

$modefirst $modelast