Added in 1.9.0


Returns a range of tokens associated with current script.

You can use $N- to refer to parameters N and onward, and $N-M to refer to token $N through to $M.
To refer to a whole line, you would use $1-.

See also /tokenize.

Can be prefixed with # to ensure the resulted text starts with a channel prefix.


on *:TEXT:*:*:Number of tokens in the incoming message is $0 first token is $1 all tokens is $1-

alias Example {
  ; Tokenize the string 'a,b,c,d.
  /tokenize 44 a,b,c,d

  ; Print number of tokens.
  echo -ag Number of tokens is $0 first token is $1 all tokens is $1-

Updated by Per Amundsen almost 2 years ago · 2 revisions

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