mIRC Scripting

mIRC Scripting is a built-in, interpreted scripting language for the mIRC IRC client for Windows. It is an easy-to-use and flexible script for uses ranging from automating and simplifying IRC tasks to making mini-programs such as file servers and away systems. Some people even utilize scripts to completely skin and program the IRC interface. These are usually called "full scripts," while individual, smaller scripting projects are known as "remotes" or "addons," or "snippets" for really small scripts. This wikibook will attempt to explain all the aspects of mIRC Scripting, starting from the very basic parts of the language for beginners, and delving into the more advanced topic for experts.

Table of ContentsEdit

A picture of the mIRC 6.31 script editor, with a remote script loaded.

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1. Starting From Scratch 100% developed  as of 01:58, 26 March 2008 (UTC)


2. Learning the Ropes 25% developed  as of 01:15, 18 May 2008 (UTC)


3. Advanced Subjects 0% developed  as of 01:16, 18 May 2008 (UTC)

  • Agents 0% developed  as of March 13,2008
  • Sockets 0% developed  as of March 13,2008
  • Custom Windows 0% developed  as of March 13,2008
  • Planned advanced topics: DLLs, COM Objects, and Error Checking and Handling. 0% developed  as of March 13,2008

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Last modified on 15 February 2014, at 04:58