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 +# $EPIC: isdisplaying.txt,​v 1.3 2006/08/29 18:22:56 sthalik Exp $
 +   * This function returns 0 if output is being "​suppressed"​.
 +   * This function returns 1 if output is not being "​suppressed"​
 +   * Output is NEVER "​suppressed"​ in the following circumstances
 +   * The /[[ECHO]] command turns off the suppressed value unless you specify the /ECHO -SAY option
 +   * The /​[[SENDLINE]] command turns off the suppressed value.
 +   * Output is "​suppressed"​ in the following circumstances:​
 +     * During the /[[load]] command
 +     * Whenever a command or alias is executed and is prefixed with the caret modifier (ie, ^msg)
 +   * Whenever a /[[ON]] hook of type "​QUIET"​ or "​SILENT"​ is being executed.
 +     * All commands executed in such an /ON are treated as if they had been prefixed with a caret! ​ This is important to understand!
 +   * Whenever all /[[EXEC command|exec]] processes are being killed for administrative reasons (at shutdown, or when a SIGUSR1 is received)
 +   * Whenever the /[[HELP]] window is being destroyed.
 +   * The /[[on]] send_* hooks (/[[on]] [[on send_msg|send_msg]],​ /[[on]] [[on send_public|send_public]],​ /[[on]] [[on send_notice|send_notice]],​ etc) ARE NOT HOOKED when output is being suppressed.
 +This function tells you whether or not the /ECHO -SAY command will actually
 +output the string or not.  Maybe you'd rather log something when output
 +is suppressed rather than displaying it.
 +The return value is either 0 or 1, depending on whether output is 
 +currently being suppressed.
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