MIRC scripting language is a historical programming language created in 1995. The mIRC scripting language, often unofficially abbreviated to "mSL", is the scripting language embedded in mIRC, an IRC client for Windows. . Read more on Wikipedia...

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Example code from Wikipedia:

;Placed in a remote script

;When a user types Hello! in a channel,
;you answer back: Hello, [nickname]!

on *:TEXT:Hello!:#:{ msg $chan Hello, $nick $+ ! }

;When a user types Hello! in a private message,
;you answer back: Hello, [nickname]!

on *:TEXT:Hello!:?: { msg $nick Hello, $nick $+ ! }

;Here is a script which automatically gives voice to a user
;who joins a particular channel (The Bot or user should have HOP)

on *:JOIN:#?: { mode $chan +v $nick }

;A bad word script

on *:Text:die*:#: { .mode $chan +b $nick | kick $chan $nick Dont say that again }

Last updated October 20th, 2019