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The ON PONG event is triggered when the server replies with a PONG after the local mIRC client sent a PING response.

Synopsis[edit]

ON <level>:PONG:<commands>

Parameters[edit]

<level>The level for the event to trigger.

<commands>The commands to be performed when the event listener's criteria is met.

Example[edit]

Halt mIRC's default display, and echo the pong message to the active window:

ON *:PONG: {
  echo -a Server PONG: $1-
  haltdef
}
You can Trigger the ON PONG event with:
//raw ping $ctime X
 
If X is $null or $server, the displayed reply will be:
* PONG from YourServerName: sent_ctime_value
 
When the ON PONG event sees the reply, it can use $calc($ctime - $2) to find the number of seconds between PINGing the server and receiving the reply. If X is a valid Server Name different than the $server you are connected to, the reply substitutes your nick in place of the ctime value. A replacement of mIRC's display is:
 
on ^*:PONG:{ echo -ctgs info * PONG from $1 $+ : $2 | haltdef }

Compatibility[edit]

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.


See Also[edit]