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Sends a message to the MUD without echoing in the output window
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long SendNoEcho(BSTR Message);
This sends the specified text to the world. It is like typing it into the command window. The command is not echoed in the output window.
A newline character is appended to the text you supply, as MUD commands normally are terminated with a newline.
The text may include imbedded newlines.
If the text has a trailing newline it is removed. In other words, text with a trailing newline will not end up with two newlines when sent to the MUD.
The command is not saved in the command history buffer (use SendPush if you want to save it).
Available in MUSHclient version 3.41 onwards.
world.SendNoEcho "go north"
world.SendNoEcho ("go north")
You can supply multiple arguments, which are concatenated together.
View list of return code meanings
eWorldClosed : The world is closed
eItemInUse : Cannot be called from within OnPluginSent script callback
eOK: Sent OK
See Also ...
Sending to the world
(Execute) Executes a command as if you had typed it into the command window
(LogSend) Sends a message to the MUD and logs it
(Note) Sends a note to the output window
(PasteCommand) Pastes text into the command window, replacing the current selection
(Queue) Queues a command for sending at the "speed walk" rate.
(Send) Sends a message to the MUD
(SendImmediate) Sends a message to the MUD immediately, bypassing the speedwalk queue
(SendPkt) Sends a low-level packet of data to the MUD
(SendPush) Sends a message to the MUD and saves it in the command history buffer
(SendSpecial) Sends a message to the MUD with various options
(SetCommand) Sends text to the command window
(SetCommandSelection) Selects specified columns in the command window
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