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$remove Identifier - mIRC
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$remove removes all occurrences of the given substring(s) from a string and returns the remainder. $removecs is the case sensitive version.


Synopsis[edit]

$remove(string,substring,substringN)
$removecs(string,substring,substringN)

Parameters[edit]

  • string - the original string you want to remove from
  • substring - the substring you want to remove from the original string, you can
  • substringN - you can pass multiple substring to be removed from the original string

Example[edit]

Show the download folder as a relative location only if it's a subfolder of $mircdir

//echo -a $remove($getdir,$mircdir)


Remove the channel from a message

//echo -a $remove($active,$chan)

Show the download folder as a relative location only if it's a subfolder of $mircdir

//echo -a $remove($getdir,$mircdir)
Case-insensitive remove all 'a' from 'aAabcdaaA'
//echo -a $remove(aAabcdaaA,a)
returns: bcd
Case-insensitive remove string 'ac' from 'AaCcX'
//echo -a $remove(AaCcX,ac)
returns: AcX
The first match was at positions 2-3, and no matches were beyond.
//echo -a $remove(AaCcX,ac,ac)
... uses string altered by 1st parameter when removing 2nd parameter string. Is equivalent to:
//echo -a $remove( $remove(AaCcX,ac) , ac)


Compatibility[edit]

Added: mIRC v4.52
Added on: 07/06/1996
Note: Unless otherwise stated, this was the date of original functionality.
Further enhancements may have been made in later versions.


See also[edit]