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IRC Commands List

/MSG NickServ REGISTER [email] [password]
Register your current nick to [email] with nickserv using [password]. This allows you to use chanserv to register your channels, and memoserv to send memos to other registered users.
/MSG NickServ IDENTIFY [password]
Identify to nickserv with your password. You have to do this everytime you sign on, unless you use a client that has an autoid feature.
/NICK [new nick]
Change your nickname to [new nick].
/VERSION
Returns the server's version number and information, such as modes and capabilities
/ADMIN [server]
Fetches the administrative information on the given server.
/PRIVMSG [target-list] [text]
Sends a message to a user or channel specified in [target]. You may not send messages to channels which have the +n mode set unless you are a member of the channel or are connecting from a ulined connection.
/NOTICE [target-list] [text]
Sends a notice to a user or channel specified in [target]. You may not send notices to channels which have the +n mode set unless you are a member of the channel or are connecting from a ulined connection.
/JOIN [channel]{,[channel]} [key]{,[key]}
Joins one or more channels you provide the names for. The key is optional.
/NAMES [channel]{,[channel]}
Return a list of users on the channels you provide. If the channel is +s, you must be on the channel to perform this command.
/PART [channel]{,[channel]}
Leaves one or more channels you specify.
/KICK [channel] [nick] {reason}
Kicks a user from a channel you specify. You must be at least a channel halfoperator (%) to kick a user, where halfop is enabled, or a channel operator (@) otherwise.
/MODE [target] [+|-][modes]{[+|-][modes]} {mode parameters}
Sets the mode for a channel or a nickname specified in [target] A user may only set modes upon themselves, and may not set the +o usermode, and a user may only change channel modes of channels where they are at least a halfoperator.
/TOPIC [channel] {topic}
Sets or retrieves the channel topic. If a channel topic is given in the command and the channel is either not +t, or you are at least a halfoperator, the channel topic will be changed to the new one you provide.
/WHOIS [nick]
Looks up the information of users matching the range you provide. You do not have to be registered with services to use this command.
/MSG NickServ info [nick]
Looks up the information for the registered nick you provide. You do not have to be registered with nickserv to issue this command.
/MOTD {server}
Show the message of the day for [server]. Messages of the day contain important server rules and notice and should be read before using a server in any way!
/RULES
Show the rules file for the local server. This is similar in effect to /MOTD except that rules are optional. All users are sent the MOTD when they connect without having to request it.
/OPER [login] [password]
Attempts to authenticate a user as an IRC operator. Please be aware that both successful and unsucessful oper attempts are logged, and sent to online IRC operators
/LIST {pattern}
Creates a list of all existing channels matching the glob pattern [pattern], e.g. *chat* or bot*
/LUSERS
Shows a count of local and remote users, servers and channels.
/QUIT {reason}
Quit from IRC and end your current session with the given message.