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Description of MUSHclient world function: world.SetNotes

Name SetNotes
Type Method
Summary Sets the notes for the world.
Prototype void SetNotes(BSTR Message);

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This sets the notes for the current world.

Use the built-in constant "vbcrlf" to add a new line to the notes.

Use GetNotes if you want to get the existing notes (perhaps to append to them, as in the example).

VBscript example
world.setnotes world.getnotes & vbcrlf _
     & "This is a new line of notes"
Jscript example
world.setnotes(world.getnotes() + 
     "\r\nThis is a new line of notes");
PerlScript example
$world->setnotes($world->getnotes() . 
     "\r\nThis is a new line of notes");
Python example
world.setnotes(world.getnotes + 
     "\r\nThis is a new line of notes")
Lua example
SetNotes (GetNotes () .. 
          "\r\nThis is a new line of notes")
Returns Nothing.

See also ...

Function Description
GetNotes Gets the world's notes

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