Returns infomation about your protection list.
Note that $protect will return $true if your protection is turned on, otherwise $false.
If you specify an address, the first matching address in the protection list is returned.
$protect(N/address) has two properties:
- type returns the list of channels, the user would be protected in.
- network returns the network it is associated to, if any.
echo -a $protect
Will echo $true to your active window as protection is turned on usually.
echo -a $protect(1).type
This will echo the list of channels the first entry in your protection list would be protected in.
To add or remove an address/nick to/from your protection list, take a look at /protect.