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A brief introduction to some basic IRC commands :
To send your messages or command, just type it then press Enter.
The nick command lets you change your nickname, the name sen by other IRC users.
Usage: /nick [nickname]
Example: /nickname #davyfan
The join command lets you join or create a channel (room for chatting).
You always have to place a # in front of the channel name. For example, if you wanted to create channel #itok, the command would be: /join #itok. If channel #itok already exist, you join that channel, if not, you create it.
Remember, The first person to go that channel will become the "King/Queen" of the Channel (usually called the channel operator, knowing by "@" in front of his/her nick). Channel operator have special command to invite or kick out his channel members with or without a reason!. If you don't like it, create your own channel and invite your friends to join your channel. Here you become a King and no one else can kick you out from your own home!
A channel is only exist as long as there is a person in the channel, If you want your channel to be permanent, you must register it.
Usage: /join [channelname]
Example: /join #webmaster
Shows all the channels exist on the server.
Be carefull, if you do /list command, you may get hundreds of channel names flooding your screen.You can set a mask to limit the number of channels that are returned, in the example below we ask only any channels that start with the word chat.
Usage: /list [channel mask]
Displays information about the number of users currently logged on to your server.
Causes the server to terminate your current session. You are free to log back on after issuing this command.
The silence command allows you to ignore a specific user. For example, if a user is harassing you, the user can be silenced. When you silence a user, all messages initiated by him will no longer reach you, but others can see this user's messages normally.
To use the silence command: /silence plus a nickname or user@host mask; any user that matches that mask will not be able to send messages to you. To remove a silence command, issue the same command with a minus sign "-" in front of the nick or hostmask.
Usage: /silence [nickname]
/KICK (to use this command, you must a channel operator)
Used to force people to leave a channel. The comment field is optional and will be sent to the user after they have been kicked.
Usage: /kick [channel] [nickname] [comments]
Example: /kick #itok sastro I Hate You!
/MODE +s or -s (to use this command, you must a channel operator)
Used to make a channel as a secret channel (will not show up in channel listings). No one can join your channel except they know exactly the name of your channel.
Usage: /mode [channelname] +s
to remove: /mode #itok -s
Will check if one or more nicknames are currently logged into Server.
Usage: /ison [nickname1] [nickname2] ...
Example: /ison webmaster residue nnickee
Display the current local time and date of the server you are logged into.
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