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  1. !unset
  2. !set
  3. !ohbpls
  4. !bf
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failure_lambda is failure_{supreme,vigorous,moderate}'s IRC bot. It has a bunch of commands! Try it out!

Please note that the bot will NOT reply to more than 1 command every five seconds.

!unset



Is there a command that's getting spammed or abused? Just !unset it!

<failure> nice
<failure_lambda> nice
<failure> !unset ice
<failure> nice
<failure> :)

!set



Let's say you want to link the current synclisten url, just by saying !sync in chat, for an hour.

!set sync 60 To join the synclisten, check http://example.com

Now everyone can just write !sync:

<failure_success> !sync
<failure_lambda_> To join the synclisten, check http://example.com

This is useful to temporarily define any command, right from irc!

!ohbpls




!ohbpls 100

This command lets you inform the bot that you are available to do an ohb for 100 minutes. Example output:

<failure_success> !ohbpls 100
<failure_lambda_> f­ailure_success want to ohb
<failure_lambda_> right NOW:[1] 60:[1] 120:[0] (type !pls help for more info c: )

as you can see, it says that one user is available if the ohb starts now, or in 60 minutes, but not in two hours!

What if you change plans and aren't available anymore?

<failure_success> !ohbpls -1
<failure_lambda_> right NOW:[0] 60:[0] 120:[0] (type !pls help for more info c: )

You have been removed from the list :)

If you just want to know how many people are available, simply:

<hehheh> !ohbpls
<failure_lambda_> f­ailure_success want to ohb
<failure_lambda_> right NOW:[1] 60:[1] 120:[0] (type !pls help for more info c: )

!bf



This is pretty dumb. Converts the output of a brainfuck program into a sound file. Example command:

<failure_success> !bf ++++++++++ [ > ++++++++++ [ > ++++++++++ ++++++++++ ++++++++++ ++++++++++ ++++++++++[ > . +++ < - ] ++++++++++ ++++++++++ ++++++++++ ++++++++++ ++++++++++ [ > . --- < - ] < - ] < - ]