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 ======Description:​====== ======Description:​======
-When you wish to leave a channel, you "__PART__" it.  After you have +When you wish to leave a channel, you "[[PART]]" it.  After you have parted a channel you are no longer a member of that channel, you are no longer a channel operator or a channel voice, and you will no longer 
-parted a channel you are no longer a member of that channel, you are +receive any messages sent to the channel. ​ 
-no longer a channel operator or a channel voice, and you will no longer +
-receive any messages sent to the channel. ​+
  
-The "​magic"​ channel star ("​*"​) is a substitute ​for your current window'​s +The "​magic"​ channelstar ("​*"​)is a shorthand ​for your current window'​s current channel.
-current channel. ​+
  
-You may part more than one channel ​at a timeby separating each channel +The built-in [[PART]] lets you use * as the channel, ​or a comma-separated list of channel ​names. 
-name with commas You may not specify the magic star channel ​with any  +It does not let you mix * with channel names. ​  
-other channel names; it must be used alone.  ​The __LEAVE__ alias that is +Most scripts (including ​[[2.8script]]) replace [[PART]] with an alias that doesn'​t ​have this limitation.
-provided by [[2.8script]] ​does not have this restriction.+
  
-When you part a channel, all other members of the channel are notified.+The rest of the channel will be told you have left. 
 +Most servers support ​"part message"​ which is included in that channel ​message. ​  
 +This is an extension to the protocol, so it's not supported everywhere.
  
-Some servers permit you to give a "part message"​ which will be shown to 
-the other members of the channel. ​ As with all server extension, whether 
-or not you can do this varies from server to server. 
  
 ======Examples:​====== ======Examples:​======
part.txt · Last modified: 2014/07/03 21:40 by sgrubnick