Added in 1.9.0


Returns the full path and filename of the AdiIRC executable file.

In combination with $~ this can be used to test which client is running the script. You cannot assume the client name based on the filename.exe, but instead testing whether $adiircexe exists as a built-in identifier. The $~ prefix allows the test to evade the presence of a custom alias of that name, and it also does not trigger the optional identifier warning.

//if (!$~adiircexe) echo -a this script is not running in AdiIRC

Same as $mircexe.

Can be used inside text without being surrounded by white spaces.


//echo -ag the adiirc exe file is $adiircexe.. notice how $adiircexeisreplacedhere

Updated by Per Amundsen about 1 year ago · 5 revisions

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