Concept

MIRC scripting language

Summary
The mIRC scripting language (often unofficially abbreviated to "mSL") is the scripting language embedded in mIRC and Adiirc, IRC clients for Windows but work with WiNE for Linux. Primary uses *Light channel and personal protection against many types of attacks (flooding, spamming, takeovers, etc.). *Dialog windows can be created in mIRC to better serve user-compatibility; rather than everything in popup menus. **Popular mIRC dialog extensions include MDX (mIRC Dialog Extension) and DCX (Dialog Control Extension). There are also a few versions of mdx.dll and dcx.dll modded by IRC hackers. *Bots that provide automated IRC channel management, trivia or other games, and other desired functions for chatters. *Commands that save typing or otherwise simplify life on IRC (such as automatically identifying as the owner of a nickname). *Proxy CONNECT servers (www.mslscript.com) and Bounce servers () to replace some mSL scripting wit
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