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$nopnick Identifier - mIRC
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Note: This feature has essentially been replaced by $nick(). $nopnick returns the Nth nickname that is not an operator on the channel.

Note: $nopnick always returns nickname which have a status below operator, excluding the non standard +qa mode/status, it means that if a nickname is only +q, $nopnick() can return that nickname

Note2: the nickname doesn't have to be strictly an operator to be ignored, it means that someone which is an operator and is voiced won't be returned by $nopnick.

Synopsis[edit]

$nopnick(#channel,N/nick)

Parameters[edit]

  • #channel - The channel you want to check for non-op nickname
  • N/nick - The Nth non-op nick on the channel, or if you pass a nickname, it returns the number N, where $nopnick(#,N) return the nickname.

Note: With a third and fourth parameter, i.e. $nopnick(#,N/nick,aohvr,aohvr), this identifier behaves exactly the same as $nick(#,N/nick,aohvr,aohvr)

Properties[edit]

None

Example[edit]

//echo -a $nopnick($chan,1)

Compatibility[edit]

Added: mIRC v2.1a
Added on: 28 Feb 1995
Note: Unless otherwise stated, this was the date of original functionality.
Further enhancements may have been made in later versions.


See Also[edit]

$nick $opnick() $hnick() $nhnick $vnick() $nvnick