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Description of MUSHclient world function: world.ChatGetID


Name ChatGetID
Type Method
Summary Looks up what chat ID (identifier) corresponds to a particular chat name
Prototype long ChatGetID(BSTR Who);

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Description

Each call is identified by its "chat ID" - each chat session has a unique ID, which starts at one, and is incremented by one, per world.

You can use ChatGetID to find the chat ID corresponding to a particular chat name.

If more than one person has that name the first one (earliest connection) is returned.

If no person has that name zero is returned.

A message is sent to the output window, so you can use ChatGetID in scripts and have them automatically notify you if that person cannot be found.


Note: Available in version 3.37 onwards.


VBscript example
ChatID ChatGetID ("nick"), "hi there", 0
Jscript example
ChatID (ChatGetID ("nick"), "hi there", 0);
PerlScript example
ChatID (ChatGetID ("nick"), "hi there", 0);
Python example
world.ChatID (world.ChatGetID ("nick"), "hi there", 0)
Lua example
ChatID (ChatGetID ("nick"), "hi there", 0)
Returns The chat ID corresponding to that name, or zero if none is found.
Introduced in version 3.37

See also ...

Function Description
ChatMessage Sends a message to a chat user (raw format)
ChatNameChange Changes your chat name
ChatPeekConnections Sends a "peek connections" message to the specified chat user
ChatPing Sends a ping message to the specified chat user
ChatRequestConnections Sends a "request connections" message to the specified chat user
ChatSendFile Starts sending a file to the specified chat user
ChatStopFileTransfer Stops a file transfer in progress to that chat user
GetChatInfo Get information about a chat connection
GetChatOption Gets the value of a chat session option
SetChatOption Sets the value of a chat session option

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