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  1. Version 1.23

    353 downloads

    A UDF to connect to IRC using TCP Functions, as well as perform actions once connected. Based on and Updated from Chip (McGod)'s original IRC code, which no longer works. Features: Heavyweight * Large feature set * Well Documented Examples Message formatting * Styles * Colors RFC1459 + RFC2812 Compliant * Able to handle moderately non-compliant servers * Works on IRCv3 although missing the features of it * Tested on various networks from Freenode to Rizon Helpful Premade Examples Files * Examples for almost every function * Premade CU
  2. Hi! If you liked my TCPServer UDF, you'll also like this one. Following the same principles, this TCPClient UDF helps you on handling multiple connections to different servers, and set actions depending on two events: OnReceive and OnDisconnect. It is also multi server (you can connect to many servers at once) and you can also bind a Console-based executable to the socket (similar to -e parameter in NetCat). This feature is useful if you want to use some Console UDF to create a TCP application and don't want to deal with the TCP* functions. Also, it runs on background just firing events, it wo
  3. Version 1.0.0

    354 downloads

    Events-based UDF to help on handling one or more TCP connections
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