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Added in 1.5

$nick

Returns the nickname of the user associated with an event.

=$nick can be used to evaluate a nick for use in dcc chat windows.

Example

; Prrint the user associated with this event.
on *:TEXT:*:*:echo -ag The user associated with this event is $nick

$nick(#,N/nick,[aohvr],[aohvr])

Returns the Nth nickname in the channels nickname listbox on channel #.

Parameters

# - The channel where the Nicklist is.
N/nick - The nick to get, if N = 0 number of nicks, otherwise the Nth nick.
[aohvr] - Only include nicks with these channel modes. (optional)
[aohvr] - Exclude nicks with these channel modes. (optional)

Properties

.color - Returns the Nicklist color for this nick.
.rgbcolor - Returns the Nicklist $rgb color for this nick. (AdiIRC only)
.pnick - Returns the nick in .@%+nick format. (This include every channel prefix this user has, not just the highest)
.cnick - Returns the nick in .@%+nick format. (Only the highest channel prefix is returned, AdiIRC only)
.cmode - Returns the highest channel prefix for this nick. (AdiIRC only)
.idle - Returns the number of seconds this nick has been idle on this channel.
.joined - Returns number of seconds since this user (or you) joined this channel. (AdiIRC only)

Example

; Print number of nicks in the channel '#test'.
//echo -ag $nick(#test, 0)

; Print the 5th nick in the channel '#test'.
//echo -ag $nick(#test, 5)

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