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Description of MUSHclient world function: world.CloseLog


Name CloseLog
Type Method
Summary Closes the log file
Prototype long CloseLog();

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Description

This closes the currently open log file.

If you have a log file postamble declared this is written to the log file (note that this is inconsistent with what OpenLog does).

VBscript example
world.closelog
Jscript example
world.closelog();
PerlScript example
$world->closelog;
Python example
world.closelog
Lua example
CloseLog()
Returns eOK: closed OK
eLogFileNotOpen: log file was not open

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See also ...

Function Description
FlushLog Flushes the log file to disk
IsLogOpen Tests to see if a log file is open
OpenLog Opens a log file.
WriteLog Writes to the log file

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