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CTCP, or Client-To-Client Protocol, is a common protocol implemented by every major IRC client in use today. CTCP extends the original IRC protocol by allowing users to query other clients for specific information.
 
CTCP, or Client-To-Client Protocol, is a common protocol implemented by every major IRC client in use today. CTCP extends the original IRC protocol by allowing users to query other clients for specific information.
  
To use CTCP the command '''/ctcp <nick> <argument>'''.
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To use CTCP the command '''/ctcp TheNick <argument>'''.
 
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==CTCP Commands Mibbit Replies To==
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''Note: the part before the colon is the argument. The part after is the description.''
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==CTCP Commands and Replies==
  
* Website: If the user is on a widget, shows which website the widget is referred from (doesn't work in Chrome)
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* [[Ctcp_(ping)|Ping]]
* Version: Replies with "CTCP: VERSION http://www.mibbit.com ajax IRC Client : mibbit"
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* [[Ctcp_(time)|Time]]
* Ping: Replies with "CTCP: Ping"
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* [[Ctcp_(version)|Version]]
* Time: Replies with "TIME: <local time of that user>"
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* [[Ctcp_(website)|Website]]
 
* Unknown Request: For those that it is not sure what the request is, sends to other user "CTCP REQUEST: whatYouPutHere"
 
* Unknown Request: For those that it is not sure what the request is, sends to other user "CTCP REQUEST: whatYouPutHere"
  
 
[[Category:Commands]][[Category:How To]][[Category:IRC]]
 
[[Category:Commands]][[Category:How To]][[Category:IRC]]

Revision as of 20:41, 19 March 2010

CTCP, or Client-To-Client Protocol, is a common protocol implemented by every major IRC client in use today. CTCP extends the original IRC protocol by allowing users to query other clients for specific information.

To use CTCP the command /ctcp TheNick <argument>.

CTCP Commands and Replies

  • Ping
  • Time
  • Version
  • Website
  • Unknown Request: For those that it is not sure what the request is, sends to other user "CTCP REQUEST: whatYouPutHere"