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ok, mIRC is getting to be on of the most popular languages. Some references:http://www.hawkee.comhttp://www.mirc.comhttp://www.mirc.orghttp://www.superscript.weebly.comhttp://www.mircscript.forumotion.com-its pretty much JavaScript combined with PHPJavaScript varible:var this=that;mIRC Varibleset %this thatorvar %this=that;VERY simple and i could help write it!thanks. please respond!

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One of the most popular languages... for scripting within mIRC, maybe. However, it doesn't appear to have any intrinsic usefulness outside of that. We might as well teach the Game Maker Language!Besides, as thescientist said, it has nothing to do with website development.

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mIRC is getting to be on of the most popular languages
Where do you get that from? You're talking about a scripting language for a single Windows application. Here are a few languages that are more popular than mIRC Scripting Language:SASABAPLuaScratchLogoS-LangRPGAliceScalaNXT-GHow many of those have you heard of?http://www.tiobe.com/index.php/content/pap...tpci/index.html
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Yes, but mIRC is very popular (no parsing HTML :)) and no, no webpage designs, but mIRC can be used in the client to make bots. i have made a fully interactive 100 command bot. in mirc i've even see a bot that you can talk to.

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Maybe so, but not only is the language not in the list of the 100 most popular programming languages, but it's also an application- and platform-specific, special-purpose language. It's just not suited for the w3schools site. w3schools isn't trying to teach people how to make chat bots inside the mIRC client, it's trying to teach people how to build web sites and web applications. It looks like there are several tutorials at mirc.net, that would be the place to go.

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Yes, but mIRC is very popular (no parsing HTML :)) and no, no webpage designs, but mIRC can be used in the client to make bots. i have made a fully interactive 100 command bot. in mirc i've even see a bot that you can talk to.
so then why would it be on this site? and apparently, yes, mIRC can parse HTML. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MIRC
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I'm sorry, but Wikipedia is not a trustable source.
well its not like im using it to cite a reference for my masters thesis.It certainly seems like a plausible feature, seeing as both technologies are text based/oriented, and it seems like an odd thing to just make up about it. Not that I'm disagreeing with you about Wikipedia's potential untrustworthiness, however. Edited by thescientist
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You can change data on Wikipedia so he may have made some 'minor editing' to that article.
yeah, I know what you meant, but I don't understand what you think he would have changed.
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Yes, but mIRC is very popular (no parsing HTML :)) and no, no webpage designs, but mIRC can be used in the client to make bots. i have made a fully interactive 100 command bot. in mirc i've even see a bot that you can talk to.
so then why would it be on this site? and apparently, yes, mIRC can parse HTML. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MIRC
well its not like im using it to cite a reference for my masters thesis.It certainly seems like a plausible feature, seeing as both technologies are text based/oriented, and it seems like odd thing to just make up about it. Not that I'm disagreeing with you about Wikipedia's potential untrustworthiness, however.
You can change data on Wikipedia so he may have made some 'minor editing' to that article.
You know, Mencarta... a forum topic is sort of like a room... do you speak to someone's face (i.e. explicitly turn to them, like I'm doing right now to you) about him in 3rd person? I mean... look closely... thescientist gave the Wikipedia link, not Twango (the OP). And he (thescientist) gave it in the context of mIRC being able to parse HTML... nothing more, nothing less. He even agrees with the major opinion (I assume yours too) that there should NOT be an mIRC scripting tutorial on W3Schools.So what's with the "he could've changed it" theme that you two are talking about? Stop it... please. And read carefully before you post.P.S. For what it's worth, I also agree that there should not be a tutorial on mIRC scripting.
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I think he meant that the Wikipedia article could have been changed to support his (the OP's) idea/post(s)? I just fail to see the connection/argument/logic.Even though being able to parse HTML (which any browser already does) has no bearing on it's candidacy for being included in this forum, I was merely trying to highlight it's very loose association with web development, which is about as close as mIRC gets. The wikipedia article says it can parse HTML, and the OP said it couldn't, but I believe it could; it doesn't seem like too far of a stretch, although I suppose only a mIRC expert could know for sure. (which I, admittedly, am not.)

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