ALIAS [[-]<alias> [<command>]]
A name of the alias and the command to execute. You can prepend the alias with the ‘-’ character to remove the alias; if no argument is given, your aliases will be displayed.
Creates or updates an alias; you can use the ‘;’ character to separate multiple commands.
The parameters given to the alias are expanded in ‘$[\d]’; for example $0, $1, $2, $8, …, as well as any other special variable.
If you don’t use any parameters in your alias, all parameters will be automatically appended after it.
/ALIAS /ALIAS UH USERHOST /ALIAS COMEBACK SAY I was hoping for a battle of wits, but you seem to be unarmed. /ALIAS -COMEBACK /ALIAS UNACT SCRIPT EXEC \$_->activity(0) for Irssi::windows /ALIAS QOP ^MSG Q op $C