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Description of MUSHclient world function: world.StripANSI


Name StripANSI
Type Method
Summary Strips ANSI colour sequences from a string
Prototype BSTR StripANSI(BSTR Message);

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Description

This removes ANSI colour sequences from a string.

The intention of this routine is to be used with incoming chat messages (which may have ANSI colour codes in them), if you want to display them in a plain colour, or reformat using your own colours.


Note: Available in version 3.37 onwards.


VBscript example
Note StripANSI (incoming_message)
Jscript example
Note (StripANSI (incoming_message));
PerlScript example
Note (StripANSI (incoming_message));
Python example
world.Note (StripANSI (world.incoming_message))
Lua example
Note (StripANSI (incoming_message))
Returns The supplied string with ANSI colour sequences removed.
Introduced in version 3.37

See also ...

Function Description
ANSI Generates an ANSI colour sequence
ChatMessage Sends a message to a chat user (raw format)
Note Sends a note to the output window

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