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1 Text of mIRC Basics Class on Thu Jul 28, 2011 10:36 pm

Lesson : Basic mIRC Commands |

Today's lesson will cover some Basic mIRC Commands. Some of you may not be very sure of the basic mIRC commands that came pre-configured in your copy of mIRC. So, today, I am going to show you some of these commands and give a description of what the commands do.

We need mIRC commands to carry out things whenever we are using this client software (mirc) on an IRC network. Most of these mIRC commands talk with the IRC server to accomplish a task (for example, joining a channel). Let's get to the lesson right now!

Some General Commands in mIRC

/j #channel

This command will join a specific channel. This will allow you to join the channel you name in the command to chat in that channel. If this command does NOT work, the channel has been restricted in some way.
The restrictions could be one of the following reasons: Some channels are set to +i(Invite mode) OR +k <keyed>, OR +R (restricted).

In the case for +i(Invite). The user in the channel itself will have to invite you to join the channel, or else, you do not have the ability to join the channel on your own.

As for the case of +k <key>, you must know the channel key by asking the user inside the channel, and type
/j #channel <key>. After that, you are able to join the channel.
Channels set to +R are restricted to nicknames registered on the Network you have connected to.

/part #channel

In this case, you will part #channel (leave the channel).

/me says you are so bubbly.

This command is to somehow express your feelings to someone, so-called conveying messages to someone.
It will look like this if you hit "/me says you are so bubbly" : * YourNick says you are so bubbly.

/msg <nick> <message>

You will message someone without a query window. It will look like this if you hit the command.
*Nick* hi

/dcc chat <nick>

You will msg the person via DCC Chat(check your mIRC menu). In this case, you will chat with the person
with the DCC window, with this. no matter how much text you type, it will not disconnect you from server.

/query <nick> <message>

It will open the query window and send him/her a private message.

/whois <nick>

In this case, you will check the information of the user, you will see the channels the user joins,
which server the user use, the address and name of the user(if stated).

/nick <nickname>

This will change your nickname to your desire new nickname. Such as : /nick Patriot

/quit <reason>

This will allow you to disconnect from irc with a quit message.


This command will disconnect you from irc and also close the mIRC window.

/away <reason>

Leave a message to notify the user who is msging you that you are not active on mIRC.
Using /AWAY with no parameters marks you as no longer being away.

/topic #channel

It will let you see the channel topic once you hit the command.


This will clear the channel's msg(s) that you are in.


This will clear ALL your active windows msg(s).

In the next section, we will be learning commands that
give you control over both a channel and the users on it.

Channel and User Commands

/mode #channel +o <nickname>

This command will allow you op a user provided you have a @ , a Operator status in a specific channel.

/mode #channel -o <nickname>

This command will allow you to deop someone from a channel provided you have a operator status in the channel.

/mode #channel +v <nickname>

This command will allow you to voice someone in a channel provided you have a Operator status in the channel.

/mode #channel -v <nickname>

This command will allow you to devoice someone in a channel provided you have a Operator status in the channel.

/kick #channel <nickname>

Kicks a User from a channel. (you must be op status to use)

/mode #channel +b <nickname>

Bans a user from a specific channel, prevents the user from talking the channel.

Ban AND Kick a users:

/mode #channel +b <nickname> | /timer 1 1 /kick #channel <nickname>

Bans a User from a channel and kicks the user out of the channel.

/mode #channelname -b nickname (or user address)

Unban a User in a channel. Example :/mode #channel -b Nick

/mode #channel +i

Sets the channel to invite mode. Once set; You must invite someone to the channel,
for that user ti be able to join your channel.
If you did not invite the user to your channel, the user will see this in the status window if
he/she joined your channel. Example:#channel can't joined(invite)

/mode #channel +m

Sets the channel to Moderated. Only Operators and voice(@ and +) can talk in the channel.
Normal Users' can not send message to the channel when this mode is set.

/mode #channel +p OR /mode #channel +s

Channel is set to either private or secret, that means other users who
/whois you, WILL NOT see you joining as in the secret or private channels.

We Hope you have learned something in today's lesson and we also hope that all of you had a
better idea of how mIRC commands can be function in a normal mIRC script.

Thank You for being just a Great watchers and learners. Please Post your questions in the channel
and our helpers will attend to you shortly after the channel is set -m (not moderated).

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