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# $EPIC: chanwin.txt,v 1.1.1.1 2006/07/11 04:57:43 jnelson Exp $

Synopsis:

$chanwin(<window refnum/name>|<channel>)

Technical:

$chanwin() and $winchan() are the same function.

  • If no argument given:
    • Return the current window's current channel.
  • If one argument, and it's a window refnum:
    • Return that window's current channel.
  • If one argument, and it's a channel:
    • Return the window that the channel belongs to.
  • If two arguments, first one is channel, second one is server:
    • Return the window FOR THAT SERVER that the channel belongs to.

Examples:

/window refnum 2;/join #epic
eval echo $chanwin(2)                   /* returns #epic */
eval echo $chanwin(#epic)               /* returns 2 */

History:

$chanwin() first appeared in EPIC4pre0.034.
$chanwin() was swapped with $winchan() in EPIC4pre1.027
$chanwin() and $winchan() were unified in EPIC4pre1.041
$chanwin() first supported non-current channels in EPIC4pre2.506.

chanwin.txt · Last modified: 2006/07/11 04:57 (external edit)