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User Commands The following commands will provide some information about the servers and
are available for all the users (Parameters which are inside <> brackets
are mandatory while parameters which are inside  brackets are optional):
/admin <server name> - Retrieves administrative information about
the IRC server to which you are connected. Often provides an email address for
the server administrator and indicates which server administrators are online
for that server. If the server name is omitted, then this command will provide
information about the server to which you are connected. Example - /admin irc03.icq.com.
/info - Displays information about the server that you are connected
to including up time, address and version.
/links - This command will show all the servers currently linked together
on the network.
/time - This command will display the current local time and date of
the server to which you are connected.
/list [#channel] [-min #] [-max #] - Lists currently available channels
matching your search. Examples -
/list - will list all the currently available channels (not including
channels with +s or +p modes).
/list -min 5 -max 20 - will list all the currently available channels,
which contain from 5 to 20 users.
/list #ICQ - will list only #ICQ.
/list *love* - will list all the currently available channels which have
"love" in their name.
/motd [server name] - Display the current "Message of the day"
for the server that you designate. If you leave the server field blank it will
return with the current server you are logged onto. Example - /motd irc03.icq.com
- will display the current "Message of the day" for irc03.icq.com.
/join <#channel> - Enter an existing channel, or create a new channel
if this name doesn't exist (when you create a new channel you'll be automatically
oped in it). Examples -
/join #ChatRoom - this will let you inside #ChatRoom
/join #MyFirstTestRoom - this will let you inside #MyFirstTestRoom which
doesn't exists probably and there for you'll be oped in this channel.
/part [#channel] - Parts the given channel. If you don't provide a channel
you'll part your current open channel. Example - /part #ChatRoom - this will
make you part #ChatRoom
/nick <nickname> - Changes your current nick to the given nick.
/msg <nickname|#channel> <message> - Send a private message
to the given nickname or messages the given channel (you can message channels
without being on them only if they don't have +n mode set on). Examples -
/msg Blue hey there… - this will send a private message to the user "Blue"
saying "hey there…"
/msg #Romance hi everybody - this will write "hi everybody"
/notice <nickname|#channel> <message> - Send a notice to
the given nickname or noticing the given channel (you can notice channels without
being on them only if they don't have +n mode set on). Examples -
/notice Blue hey there… - this will send a notice to the user "Blue"
saying "hey there…"
/notice #Chatroom hi everybody - this will notice "hi everybody"
/me <message> - Tells the current channel or query about what you
are doing. Example - /me is Laughing out loud - this will return "* yournickname
is Laughing out loud" to the current open channel/query window.
/ison <nickname1> [nickname2]... - Checks whether the given nicknames
are currently connected (will return the connected nicks).
/whois <nickname> - Shows information about the given nickname.
/whowas <nickname> - For a certain amount of time after a client
has left the server you can still get information about that client. The information
is the same as the information in the "whois" command.
/userhost <nickname1> [nickname2]... - Returns the user@host information
for given nicknames.
/who <nickname|#channel> - Shows short information about the given
nickname only if one of the two following conditions is met: you are in channel
with 'nickname' or 'nickname' is not invisible (+i). When the given parameter
is #channel it will display the users and their status in that channel only
if one of the two following conditions is met: you are in #channel or #channel
is not secret or private (+s or +p).
/topic <#channel> <new topic> - Changes the topic for the given
channel. You can only change the topic when you're Op in the given channel or
the channel mode isn't +t. Example - /topic #Newbies This is the new guys channel.
/invite <nickname> <#channel> - Invites the given user to
the given channel. Example - /invite Blue #Music - this will invite the user
Blue to #Music
/quit [reason] - This will disconnect you from IRC and will give the
optional message as the reason for your departure (this message only appears
to people who are on the same channels as you). Example - /quit That's all folks!
/away [message] - Leave a message explaining that you are not currently
paying attention to IRC. Whenever someone sends you a MSG or does WHOIS on you,
they automatically see whatever message you set.Using /away with no parameters
marks you as no longer being away. Examples -
/away off to get something to eat, back in a moment. - this will mark
you as away with the following message.
/away - this will mark you as longer being away.
/mode <yournickname> <+|- modechars> - This is a powerful
command that gives you control of your own mode. +modechar will enable the mode
while -modechar will set this mode off. The available modechars are:
I - makes you invisible to anybody that does not know the exact spelling
of your nickname or isn't on the same channels with you.
S - makes you receive server notices
W - makes you get messages who were set by IRCops to users.