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The following mIRC aliases can be helpful for coding Tcl or Eggdrops:

If the /run command is allowed:                                                                                                                               
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/alias eggcmd /run http://tclhelp.net/eggdrop/# $+ $1
/alias tclcmd /run http://tclhelp.net/tcl/ $+ $1

If you want to say it in a channel:                                                                                                                               
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/alias eggsay /say http://tclhelp.net/eggdrop/# $+ $1
/alias tclsay /say http://tclhelp.net/tcl/ $+ $1

If /run is disabled and you only want to echo the link to yourself to doubleclick on it:                                                                                                                               
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/alias eggecho /echo -a http://tclhelp.net/eggdrop/# $+ $1
/alias tclecho /echo -a http://tclhelp.net/tcl/ $+ $1

usage: to add an alias just paste the whole line into your mIRC input line
to use an alias use the following syntax: /<alias> <command>
for example:                                                                                                                               
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/eggcmd puthelp
/tclhelp expr


More ideas welcome...

mfG CyBex @ QuakeNet, UnderNet, EFNet, Freenode, euIRC, GameSurge & ShadowWorld - Files
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