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Finds a matching address in the remote users list and returns its corresponding levels list.


The levels will be returned as comma seperated list. If it is no general access level, a "=" will be infront of the level.


auser 1,2,3 Dana
echo -a $level(Dana)

This example would at first add Dana to your userlist and then echo its levels. The result would be "1,=2,=3".

See Also

  • /guser to add a user by his address.
  • /ruser to remove users from your user list.
  • $ulevel to get the userlevel that was matched for the currectly triggered event.