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7. Commands

This section describes the individual commands that Dancer understands. It is possible to add customized commands via the FPL interface -- such commands are not described here.

The commands are described in the following format

Synopsis

(level) command [options] arguments

level shows the default level of a command. This can be changed with the CHGCMDLEV command, so to find the actual level of a command use "CMD <command>".

Description

Verbose description of the command.

Options

Describes options. Please note that options must always start with a hyphen (-) and must be placed before the any of the arguments

Settings

Describes which settings this command is dependent on.

See also

References to other relevant commands.

Examples

Actual examples of the usage of the command.

7.1 ALIAS

Synopsis

 (0) ALIAS <command>
 

Description

Lists all possible aliases for a command. For example, WHEREIS is an alias for COUNTRY, WHOIS for SVIEW. The aliases are not listed in this documentation.

7.2 BACKLOG

Synopsis

 (200) BACKLOG
 (200) BACKLOG <amount>
 

Description

Shows the last <amount> executed commands. If no <amount> is specified, it shows the last 5.

7.3 BAN

Synopsis

 (50) BAN <nick> [<time>] [<reason>]
 

Description

Bans a person from the channel for the specified time. Prepend a '*' to the nick to make a siteban. If <time> is 0 the ban is permanent.

The format of <time> is [[HH:]MM:]SS.

  • 1 = 1 second
  • 1:2:3 = 1 hour, 2 minutes, and 3 seconds = 3723 seconds
  • 44: = 44 minutes = 2640 seconds
  • 3::4 = 3 hours and 4 seconds = 10804 seconds
<time> and <reason> may be omitted, but it is recommended that they are specified anyway.

Options

-E = Enforce. The ban will be enforced, ie. if someone with insufficient privileges removes it it will be put back on.

-K = Kick all. Kicks all users matching a specified pattern.

See also

BANLIST, CHBAN, UNBAN

Examples

To put a ban for default bot ban time on foobar without a reason the bot select

BAN foobar
To put a ban on foobar for 30 minutes without a reason
BAN foobar 30:
To put a ban on foobar for 1 hour and 5 seconds with the reason "Don't drink and irc"
BAN foobar 1::5 Don't drink and irc
To put an enforced permanent ban on all from the site where foobar comes from, with the reason "Get out"
BAN -e *foobar Get out

7.4 BANLIST

Synopsis

 (50) BANLIST [<ban number>]
 

Description

List the bans. If a number is specified, only that ban is displayed.

Options

-A = All. More detail will be listed (how long ago the ban was set, the reason, etc.) -U = Unban. Includes the latest bans that has been removed.

See also

BAN, CHBAN, UNBAN

7.5 BUG

7.6 CALC

Synopsis

 (10) CALC <expression>
 

Description

Arbitrary-precision arithmetic language. Can be used as a simple calculator. If the result is bigger than 3 lines, only the first 3 lines will be shown.

This is really just a frontend to the Unix 'bc' command.

Settings

EXECPROTECT must be off.

7.7 CHAT

Synopsis

 (50) CHAT
 

Description

Enter or leave the on-line chat facility on the bot. This is like a "channel-within-the-bot". Once you enter this chat mode you have some extra special commands available to you. These must be prepended by an exclaimation mark (!). "!help" gives you a list of all of these commands.

When you are in chat mode all existing commands must be prepended with a dot (.).

This only works though a DCC connection.

7.8 CHBAN

Synopsis

 (50) CHBAN <ban number> <new time>
 

Description

Change the banning period of a specific ban. If <new time> is -1 the ban is removed; 0 makes the ban permanent.

Options

-E = Enforce. Make the ban enforced.

-R = Rewrite. Make a new ban message.

-U = Undo. Remove enforcement.

See also

BAN, BANLIST, UNBAN

7.9 CHGCMDLEV

Synopsis

 (242) CHGCMDLEV <command> <level>
 (242) CHGCMDLEV <command> -
 

Description

Changes the level of a command. Specifying - as <level> restores the level of the command to the original level.

7.10 CKEY

Synopsis

 (100) CKEY <key>
 (100) CKEY -
 

Description

Locks a channel key. Specifying - as <key> removes the key.

Settings

KEY must be on.

7.11 CLIENTLIST

Synopsis

 (100) CLIENTLIST
 

Description

Lists all users who have an active /dcc chat connection with the bot.

7.12 CMD

Synopsis

 (0) CMD
 

Description

Show a list of available commands. Some commands have [<code>] appended. The code means

  • * = requires authentication by password before use
  • P = can be issued in public (ie. on a channel)
  • S = output of command can be redirected to another user with the SHOW command.

7.13 CMODE

Synopsis

 (100) CMODE
 (100) CMODE <modes>
 

Description

Locks a set of channel modes on a channel. If someone changes the channel modes, the bot will restore the modes specified by this command. If <modes> is omitted, no modes will be enforced.

This is equivalent to "SET CMODE <modes>".

Settings

MODE must be on.

7.14 COMMENT

Synopsis

 (10) COMMENT <text>
 

Description

Sets the comment field of your database entry. Only usable for registered users.

Settings

If COMMENT is enabled, the <text> will be displayed as a welcomming message when the user joins.

7.15 CONVERT

Synopsis

 (10) CONVERT <value> <unit>
 (10) CONVERT <value> <unit> <number of decimals>
 

Description

Converts length, weight, volume, area, and temperature of different units. Unit may be prepended by a prefix.

Supported units are:

  • Length: meters, miles, yards, feet, inches, naut.mi., chains, rods, fanthoms
  • Weight: grams, pounds, ounces
  • Volume: liter, gallons, us gallons, floz, pints, cups, tablespoons, teaspoons, quarts, bushels, pecks, cumeter, cuyards, cufeet, cuinches
  • Area: sqmeter, sqkm, hectares, acres, sqmiles, sqyards, sqfeet, sqinches
  • Temperature: celsius, fahrenheit, kelvin
<unit> can be prepended by own of the following prefixes
  • atto (E-18), femto (E-15), pico (E-12), nano (E-9), micro (E-6), milli (E-3), centi (E-2), deci (E-1), hecto (E2), kilo (E3), mega (E6), giga (E9), tera (E12), penta (E15).

Examples

To convert 33.2 meters into other lenght units

CONVERT 33.2 meters
To convert 0.0552 kilograms into other weight units
CONVERT 55.2e-3 kilograms

7.16 CUT

Synopsis

  (10) CUT
 (242) CUT [ <nick> ]
 

Description

Disconnects a dcc chat connection.

7.17 DEFPASS

Synopsis

 (200) DEFPASS <nick>
 

Description

Install default password for <nick>. This should only be used at the request of <nick>.

See also

PASS, NEWPASS

7.18 COUNTRY

Synopsis

 (10) COUNTRY .<country-code>
 (10) COUNTRY <nick>
 (10) COUNTRY <country>
 

Description

Show which country <nick> is from. If the argument starts with a dot (.) it looks for the country-code. If not preceeded by a dot and nickname is not found on the channel, it assumes that the argument is the name of a country and tries to find the closest match.

Examples

To show the name of the country which has the country-code .dk

COUNTRY .dk
To show which country foobar is from
COUNTRY foobar
To show the information on the country China
COUNTRY china

7.19 DEBUGADD

Synopsis

 (200) DEBUGADD
 

Description

Receive debugging information through a dcc connection.

See also

DEBUGDEL

7.20 DEBUGDEL

Synopsis

 (200) DEBUGDEL
 

Description

Stop receiving debugging information.

See also

DEBUGADD

7.21 DO

Synopsis

 (200) DO <raw irc command>
 

Description

The bot sends the <raw irc cmd> to the server. See RFC 1459

7.22 EMAIL

Synopsis

 (10) EMAIL <nick>
 

Description

Shows the email address of the <nick>, if it has been set.

See also

SETEMAIL

7.23 EXCHANGE

Synopsis

 (10) EXCHANGE LIST
 (10) EXCHANGE <currency>
 (10) EXCHANGE <amount> <from currency> <to currency>
 

Description

Converts between various currencies. ISO 4217 abbreviations are used.

The actual currencies are dependent on which the external scripts are able to download. Use "LIST" to see a list of currently known currencies.

If only <currency> is used, it will show a description of of the currency. In some cases a country-code can be used.

The last format converts <amount> units of <from currency> into <to currency>.

Settings

EXECPROTECT must be off.

External scripts and files must be installed. See the currency directory.

See also

COUNTRY

Examples

To show a list of all available currencies

EXCHANGE list
To show a description of the USD currency
EXCHANGE usd
To find out what currency is used in Sweden
EXCHANGE Sweden
To convert 11.5 UK pounds into German marks
EXCHANGE 11.5 ukp dem
To convert 4 US dollars into whatever currency is used in Denmark
EXCHANGE 4 USD Denmark
EXCHANGE 4 USD .dk

7.24 EXPADD

Synopsis

 (200) EXPADD <word> <explaination>
 (200) EXPADD <word> = <explaination>
 

Description

Adds an explaination, which can be displayed with the EXPLAIN command. <word> must be seperated from <explaination> with a '=' or a whitespace.

See also

EXPDEL, EXPLAIN

7.25 EXPDEL

Synopsis

 (10) EXPDEL <word>
 

Description

Removes the word and its attached explanation.

See also

EXPADD, EXPLAIN

7.26 EXPLAIN

Synopsis

 (10) EXPLAIN <subject>
 

Description

Shows an explaination to a subject. Question mark (?) and asterisk (*) may be used as wildcards in <subject>.

Options

-S = Search through bodies of each explaination.

See also

EXPADD, EXPDEL

Examples

To show the explaination on foobar

EXPLAIN foobar
To show all explainations that contain the word foobar
EXPLAIN -s foobar
To show all words in the vocabulary that starts with the letter 'b'
EXPLAIN b*
To show all words in the vocabulary
EXPLAIN *

7.27 FIND

Synopsis

 (10) FIND <regexp>
 (10) FIND <regexp> <matches>
 

Description

Find a line in an index file. Regular expressions may be used for the search. <matches> specifies the maximal number of matches we are interested in. This defaults to 3. No more than 20 matches (5 matches in public commands) will be shown, no matter what.

7.28 FINGER

Synopsis

 (50) FINGER <nick>
 (50) FINGER <hostname>
 

Description

Retrieve remote information about a user. This is basically a front-end for the Unix 'finger' command.

Options

Options are passed on to the Unix 'finger' command.

Settings

EXECPROTECT must on off.

7.29 GUESTLIST

Synopsis

 (100) GUESTLIST
 (100) GUESTLIST <match>
 

Description

Shows all people on the channel. Wildcards (* and ?) can be used in <match>. XXX in the level field means yours or higher level.

Options

-I = Internal. Shows additional debugging info. (This is only for level 242.)

7.30 HELP

Synopsis

 (0) HELP
 (0) HELP <command>
 

Description

If no arguments are passed this command shows a general help. If the argument is the name of a command, it shows a short description of that particular command.

See also

SYNTAX

7.31 HOST

Synopsis

 (50) HOST <nick>
 (50) HOST <hostname>
 

Description

Query nameserver about domain names and zones. This is basically a front-end for the Unix 'host' command.

Options

Options are passed on to the Unix 'host' command.

Settings

EXECPROTECT must on off.

7.32 JOIN

Synopsis

 (50) JOIN <channel>
 (50) JOIN <channel> <key>
 

Description

Joins a channel. If the channel has a channel key it can be added as well. If the bot already is on a channel it leaves this first.

See also

LEAVE

7.33 INVITE

Synopsis

 (20) INVITE <password>
 

Description

Get an invitation from the bot if it is on an invite-only (+i) channel.

7.34 KICK

Synopsis

 (50) KICK <nick> [reason]
 (50) KICK <pattern> [reason]
 

Description

Kicks a certain nick or all people matching a pattern off the channel. If <nick> is prepended by an asterisk (*) everybody from the same site will be kicked.

Options

-K = Kick all. Kicks all with matching user account.

7.35 KICKLIST

Synopsis

 (20) KICKLIST
 (20) KICKLIST <match>
 

Description

Shows the most recent kicks. Wildcards (* and ?) can be used in <match>.

7.36 LAG

Synopsis

 (20) LAG
 

Description

Shows the last ping time between the bot and its server.

7.37 LANGUAGE

Synopsis

 (10) LANGUAGE <language>
 

Description

Changes your default language. This causes the bot to answer in that language if possible.

<language> can either be the native name of the language, or an abbreviation. Currently supported languages are

  • EN = English
  • DK = Dansk (Danish)
  • SE = Svenska (Swedish)
  • NO = Norsk (Norwegian)
  • DU = Nederlands (Dutch)
  • FR = Franšais (French)

7.38 LEAVE

Synopsis

 (50) LEAVE
 

Description

Leaves the current channel.

See also

JOIN

7.39 LOG

Synopsis

 (242) LOG
 

Description

missing...

7.40 ME

Synopsis

 (20) ME <phrase>
 

Description

Let the bot make a public action.

See also

SAY

7.41 MUTE

Synopsis

 (100) MUTE ...
 

7.42 MYNICK

Synopsis

 (10) MYNICK <nick>
 

Description

This is an exotic command which you probably never have to use.

There are two types of authentication. One for /dcc chat connections and one for normal /msg. Normally, this distinction is unrelevant, because when you authenticate both types gets authenticated at the same time.

If the bot cannot see you on the channel (either because you aren't on the channel or you are on the other side of a netsplit) you loose the /msg authentication. If you don't change your nick the /dcc chat authentication gets transfered to the /msg authentication when it sees you again.

However, if you change your nick while the bot cannot see you, the /msg doesn't get authenticated automatically. Use this command to make the bot aware of your new nick.

Examples

If we assume that your new nick is foobar, send this though the /dcc chat connection.

MYNICK foobar

7.43 NEWPASS

Synopsis

 (10) NEWPASS <password>
 

Description

This command changes your password. You must already be authenticated with PASS before you can use this command. The password is stored in an encrypted format, and therefore not possible for the bot owner to see it.

If you forget your password, you can ask the bot owner to install a new one with DEFPASS.

If you forget the password and you are the bot owner, you are in trouble (you'll have to copy the encrypted string from dancer.h to your entry in the dancer.users file.)

Arguments to PASS and NEWPASS are hidden both for spylinks and the logfile, to ensure privacy.

See also

DEFPASS, PASS

7.44 NEWSADD

Synopsis

 (50) NEWSADD ...
 

Description

missing...

See also

NEWSDEL, NEWSLIST, TELLME

7.45 NEWSDEL

Synopsis

 (50) NEWSDEL ...
 

Description

missing...

See also

NEWSADD, NEWSLIST, TELLME

7.46 NEWSLIST

Synopsis

 (10) NEWSLIST ...
 

Description

missing...

See also

NEWSADD, NEWSDEL, TELLME

7.47 NICK

Synopsis

 (50) NICK <newnick>
 (50) NICK +
 

Description

Changes nickname to <newnick> or if the argument is '+' the next nick specified by the nickmask is choosen.

7.48 OP

Synopsis

 (20) OP
 (20) OP <password>
 

Description

Grants chanop status to you. If an argument is provided it is assumed to be your password, and PASS is called before OP.

See also

PASS

7.49 QUIET

Synopsis

 (20) QUIET
 

Description

Makes the bot silent.

See also

TALK

7.50 QUIT

Synopsis

 (242) QUIT
 

Description

Makes the bot give up its virtual life.

See also

SHUTDOWN

7.51 RELOAD

Synopsis

 (242) RELOAD
 (242) RELOAD <userfile>
 

Description

Reloads the userfile.

7.52 REPORTADD

Synopsis

 (20) REPORTADD
 

7.53 REPORTDEL

Synopsis

 (20) REPORTDEL
 

7.54 RULES

Synopsis

 (0) RULES
 

Description

Shows the rules as defined in the config file.

7.55 SAY

Synopsis

 (20) SAY <phrase>
 

Description

Let the bot say a phrase in public.

See also

ME

7.56 SEEN

Synopsis

  (0) SEEN <nick>
 (20) SEEN <host>
 

Description

Reports when the bot last has seen someone. Unregistered users can only use <nick>. Chanops may also use <host>, which can contain wildcards (asterisks and questionmarks.)

Options

Options can only be used by level 20 and above, and not in public requests.

-A = All. Shows everybody having used <nick>

-M = Most used. Shows the most often use of <nick>

-R = Recent. Shows the most recent use of <nick> (this is default behaviour)

See also

USED

Examples

To show when the nick foobar last was seen

SEEN foobar
To show all occurences of nick foobar
SEEN -a foobar
To show when the user foobar last was seen from any machine in the unsigned.int domain
SEEN foobar@*.unsigned.int
To show when anyone from unsigned.int last was seen
SEEN *.unsigned.int

7.57 SERVER

Synopsis

 (200) SERVER
 (200) SERVER <server>
 

Description

Changes to another server. If no arguments is supplied it returns the name of the server it is currently using.

See also

SERVERADD, SERVERDEL, SERVERLIST, SERVERSTAT

7.58 SERVERADD

Synopsis

 (200) SERVERADD <server>
 (200) SERVERADD <server> <port>
 (200) SERVERADD <server> <port> <password>
 

Description

Adds the specified server with the optional options to the bot's list of servers.

See also

SERVER, SERVERDEL, SERVERLIST, SERVERSTAT

7.59 SERVERDEL

Synopsis

 (200) SERVERDEL <server>
 

Description

Removes the specified server from the list. The specified parameter can be the ID shown in the SERVERLIST command. If the server was added in the bots .config file, it can't be removed completely, but will only get disabled.

See also

SERVER, SERVERADD, SERVERLIST, SERVERSTAT

7.60 SERVERLIST

Synopsis

 (200) SERVERLIST
 (200) SERVERLIST <pattern>
 

Description

Displays all, or the matching servers from the serverlist. It also shows port number, if a password is used, a unique ID (that can be used with SERVERSTAT or SERVERDEL) and if the server is currently disabled.

See also

SERVER, SERVERADD, SERVERDEL, SERVERSTAT

7.61 SERVERSTAT

Synopsis

 (200) SERVERSTAT
 (200) SERVERSTAT <server>
 

Description

Without argument, it shows the status of the current server (if it exists in the serverlist). With a server specified, it shows the selected server's status.

Options

-E = Enable the server

-D = Disable the server

See also

SERVER, SERVERADD, SERVERDEL, SERVERLIST

7.62 SET

Synopsis

 (100) SET
 (100) SET <item>
 (100) SET <group>
 (100) SET <group>.<item>
 (100) SET <item> <value>
 (100) SET <group>.<item> <value>
 

Description

Sets the value of a certain item. See the "Setting" chapter.

7.63 SETEMAIL

Synopsis

 (10) SETEMAIL <address>
 

Description

Sets your own email field in the bot's user database.

See also

EMAIL, SET, SVIEW

7.64 SHOW

Synopsis

 (0) SHOW <nick> <command>
 

Description

Redirect all output (except error messages) to <nick> (can also be a channel.)

Examples

To show foobar the output of "EXPLAIN xyz"

SHOW foobar EXPLAIN xyz

7.65 SHUTDOWN

Synopsis

 (242) SHUTDOWN <time>
 (242) SHUTDOWN <time> <reason>
 

Description

Broadcasts <reason> to all connected clients, waits for <time> and then quits. During the shutdown process no further commands (except those issued through a dcc connection) and no further dcc requests are accepted.

Options

-C = Cancel. Cancels the shutdown process.

See also

QUIT

7.66 SPELL

Synopsis

 (10) SPELL <sentence>
 

Description

Checks the spelling of each word in the sentence.

This command is basically a front-end to the Unix 'ispell' command.

Settings

EXECPROTECT must be off

7.67 SPLIT

Synopsis

 (0) SPLIT
 

Description

Reports about the latest netsplits.

See also

WHOLEFT

7.68 SPYADD

Synopsis

 (200) SPYADD
 

Description

Establishes a spylink. A spylink relays all commands sent to the bot. All passwords and other private information (for example the contents of SEEN and TELL) are hidden before being sent to the spylink.

See also

SPYDEL, SPYLIST

7.69 SPYDEL

Synopsis

 (200) SPYDEL
 

Description

Removes a spylink.

See also

SPYADD, SPYLIST

7.70 SPYLIST

Synopsis

 (200) SPYLIST
 

Description

Lists all users who have an active spylink.

See also

SPYADD, SPYDEL

7.71 STATUS

Synopsis

 (100) STATUS
 

Description

Returns various information (including uptime.)

Options

-A = All. Return as much information as possible.

See also

UPTIME

7.72 SVIEW

Synopsis

  (0) SVIEW
 (20) SVIEW <nick>
 

Options

-A = Accounts.

-R = Registered user.

-S = Short.

See also

UPTIME

7.73 SYNTAX

Synopsis

 (0) SYNTAX <command>
 

Description

Shows a synopsis of the syntax of a command (a bit like these entries.)

See also

HELP

7.74 TALK

Synopsis

 (20) TALK
 

Description

Make the bot talkative. It will (with a certain percentage probability) reply to certain public patterns.

See also

MUTE, QUIET

7.75 TELL

Synopsis

 (10) TELL <nick> <message>
 

Description

Leave a <message> for <nick>, who will receive it the next time (s)he joins. Although you specify a nickname, the bot wil do the recognition by host.

See also

TELLDEL, TELLLIST, TELLME

Examples

To leave the message 'just do it' for foobar

TELL foobar just do it

7.76 TELLDEL

Synopsis

 (10) TELLDEL <who>
 (10) TELLDEL <tell ID>
 

Description

Removes a message previously stored by you.

See also

TELL, TELLLIST, TELLME

7.77 TELLLIST

Synopsis

 (10) TELLLIST
 

Description

Shows all messages that you have stored for other people.

See also

TELL, TELLDEL, TELLME

7.78 TELLME

Synopsis

 (0) TELLME
 

Description

Relays the first unread message stored for you.

Options

-A = All. Relay all messages at once.

See also

TELL, TELLDEL, TELLLIST

7.79 TOP

Synopsis

 (10) TOP
 

7.80 TOPIC

Synopsis

 (20) TOPIC
 

Description

Shows when and by whom the topic was set.

7.81 TZ

Synopsis

 (10) TZ
 (10) TZ list
 (10) TZ [ now | <time> ] <country>
 (10) TZ <country 1> <country 2>
 

Description

Converts between different timezones, or shows the current time in a specific timezone.

7.82 UNBAN

Synopsis

 (50) UNBAN <nick>
 (50) UNBAN <pattern>
 (50) UNBAN <ban ID>
 

Description

Removes a ban from the banlist.

See also

BAN, BANLIST, CHBAN

7.83 UPTIME

Synopsis

 (0) UPTIME
 

Description

Returns how long ago the bot was started.

See also

STATUS

7.84 USED

Synopsis

 (242) USED
 

Description

Experimental...

7.85 USERADD

Synopsis

 (200) USERADD
 

Description

This command adds the specified user to the bots database. A user must have certain fields of information. They are

  • A registered nick name
  • A host pattern that the user must match
  • A status level
By default, the person will get his/hers current nick as registered, and the host pattern the user is currently using will be set as recognized pattern.

Or you can change the users properties after the user has been added with the "USERMOD command".

Options

-P = Pattern.

-Q = Quiet

-R = Registered nick.

See also

USERDEL, USERMOD, USERLIST

Examples

USERADD foobar 10 foo@unsigned.int
If the defaults aren't what you want, you may change them with the flags when adding
USERADD -r FooBarbar -p foo@*.const.int foobar 10 foo@unsigned.int

7.86 USERDEL

Synopsis

 (200) USERDEL
 

Description

missing...

See also

USERADD, USERMOD, USERLIST

7.87 USERMOD

Synopsis

 (200) USERMOD
 

Description

missing...

See also

USERADD, USERDEL, USERLIST

7.88 USERLIST

Synopsis

 (20) USERLIST
 

Description

Shows the list of registered users and their level.

Options

-A = Accounts. Shows all registered accounts for each user.

See also

USERADD, USERDEL, USERMOD

7.89 VRFY

Synopsis

 (50) VRFY <nick>
 (50) VRFY <address>
 

Description

Used to verify an email address.

This is a front-end to the Unix 'vrfy' command.

Settings

EXECPROTECT must be off.

7.90 WALL

Synopsis

 (242) WALL <phrase>
 

Description

Broadcasts a message (Write ALL) to all active dcc clients. This can also be used to remove dead connections.

7.91 WARNADD

Synopsis

 (100) WARNADD <nick> <description>
 

Description

Adds a warning. If <nick> is prepended with an asterisk (*) then the entire domain will match the warning.

See also

WARNDEL, WARNLIST

7.92 WARNDEL

Synopsis

 (100) WARNDEL <warn number>
 

Description

Removes a warning.

See also

WARNADD, WARNLIST

7.93 WARNLIST

Synopsis

 (20) WARNLIST
 

Description

Shows the warnings.

See also

WARNADD, WARNDEL

7.94 WHOLEFT

Synopsis

 (0) WHOLEFT
 

Description

Lists the people are on the other side of a netsplit.

Options

-A = Accounts. Shows the accounts of the splitted users.

See also

SPLIT


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