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  1. --- #ACCOUNT_STRING# - inserts the login info of the account that is taking the current action
  2.  
  3. ---- #ADDSPACES(minDistance,maxDistance,text)# - the macro will insert blank spaces after each
  4. random number of characters in text. the distance between spaces is a random number between
  5. minDistance and maxDistance. For example one random output for #ADDSPACES
  6. (1,3,sampletext)#
  7. is "sa m ple te xt"
  8.  
  9. ---- #ADDSPACES2(minDistance,maxDistance,spaceText,text)# - the macro will insert spaceText
  10. (which can be a space character or any other text, for example in html you can use  ) after
  11. each random number of characters in text. The distance between spaces is a random number
  12. between minDistance and maxDistance. The macro also adds 2 additional spaceText after each
  13. blank space in the original text. For example one random output for
  14. #ADDSPACES2(1,3, ,hello there how are you)# is "h el lo t h er e h o w ar e y ou"
  15.  
  16. ---- #BASE64ENCODE(text)# - encodes the given text to it's base64 representation
  17.  
  18. ---- #COUNTER# - every time this variable is found, an internal counter is increased by 1 and the
  19. value of the counter is placed (first value returned is 1)
  20.  
  21. ---- #CONDITIONALRESPONSE(regex_condition,text_on_match,text_on_nomatch,text_to_match)#
  22. checks if the regular expression defined in regex_condition matches the text in text_to_match. If
  23. it does, then return text_on_match, otherwise return text_on_nomatch
  24.  
  25. ---- #DEC(number,delta)# decrement a number by a given delta value. Example:
  26. #DEC(4,1)# will return 3. #DEC(4,#RANDOM(1)#)# will decrement with a random value
  27.  
  28. ---- #INC(number,delta)# increment a number by a given delta value. Example:
  29. #INC(4,1)# will return 5. #INC(4,#RANDOM(1)#)# will increment with a random value
  30.  
  31. ---- #DEFVAL(text|default_value)# if text is empty it returns default_value, otherwise it returns
  32. text
  33.  
  34. ---- #HTMLENCODE(text)# - encodes html text so that it's only visible in a browser. For example
  35. www.google.com becomes:
  36. www.google.com
  37.  
  38. ---- #HTTPESCAPE(text)# - escapes a text, replacing non-alphanumeric characters with
  39. their hexadecimal representation
  40.  
  41. ---- #HTTPGET(url)# - returns the content of the given URL
  42.  
  43. ---- #INTERNETDATE# - returns current date in internet format (example: Mon, 8 Jun 2009)
  44.  
  45. ---- #LB# - inserts a line break (new line) in text
  46.  
  47. ---- #LOWERCASE(text)# - turns all characters in text to lowercase
  48.  
  49. ---- #PLAINTOHTML(text)# - adds <br /> tags before each new line in the text
  50.  
  51. ---- #PROXY_DOMAIN# - resolves and returns the hostname for the proxy ip (by default, the
  52. program
  53. resolves the hostname for the ip that the program connects to, even if that is not the proxy's
  54. public ip.
  55. To get the proxy's public ip use #PROXY_DOMAIN(external)# to make the program get the real ip
  56. first)
  57.  
  58. ---- #PROXY_IP# - places the ip of the proxy (if using a proxy)
  59.  
  60. ---- #PROXY_PORT# - places the port of the proxy (if using a proxy)
  61.  
  62. ---- #RANDOM# - each time it is encountered it will produce a different random text (alphabetic
  63. characters).
  64. You can call the random function with additional parameters to generate a text of variable length.
  65. Example:
  66. #RANDOM# - would generate a random lowercase text of length between 5 and 12
  67. #RANDOM(5)# - generates a random lowercase text of fixed length: 5
  68. #RANDOM(5,20)# - would generate a random lowercase text of length between 5 and 20
  69. #RANDOM(5,20,1)# - would generate a random UPPERCASE text of length between 5 and 20
  70. #RANDOM(5,20,2)# - would generate a random MIXED CASE text of length between 5 and 20
  71.  
  72.  
  73. ---- #RANDOMNUM# - each time it is encountered it will produce a different random number.
  74. The syntax is the same as for the #RANDOM# function.
  75.  
  76. ---- #RANDOMALNUM# - each time it is encountered it will produce a different random
  77. alpha-numeric
  78. text. The syntax is the same as for the #RANDOM# function.
  79.  
  80. ---- #RANDOMCASE(text)# - randomizes the case of each letter in text
  81.  
  82.  
  83. ---- #RANDORDER(text1|text2|text3|...)# - puts the texts in random order (multiple
  84. texts are separated by the "|" character)
  85. Example:
  86. #RANDORDER(hi |whazz up? |hello )# - may output "whazz up? hi hello"
  87. (note the extra space before | character)
  88.  
  89. ---- #RANDSET(text1|text2|text3|...)# - chooses a random text from the ones given (multiple
  90. texts are separated by the "|" character)
  91. Example:
  92. #RANDSET(hi|whazz up?|hello)# - may output either hi, hello or whazz up?
  93.  
  94. ---- #REPEAT(minCount,maxCount,text)# - repeats a given text randomly between <minCount>
  95. and <maxCount> number of times. For example #REPEAT(2,6,<br>)# will produce (if it the random
  96. number in the given range is 4): <br><br><br><br>
  97.  
  98. ---- #UPPERCASE(text)# - turns all characters in text to UPPERCASE
  99.  
  100. ---- #STOREVAL(id,value)# - save a value to use it later on same thread. Program will replace
  101. this macro with the actual stored value.
  102. Example #STOREVAL(myrand,#RANDOMNUM#) - will save the result of #RANDOMNUM# macro
  103. so you can later use the exact same number using #LOADVAL(myrand)#
  104.  
  105. ---- #LOADVAL(id)# - load a value previously stored using #STOREVAL(id,val)# macro
  106. Example #LOADVAL(myrand)# - will load the value that you previously stored
  107. using #STOREVAL(myrand,your value)#
  108.  
  109.  
  110. ---- #DATE# - returns the current date
  111.  
  112. ---- #DAYOFWEEK# - returns the name of the current day of the week (based on regional
  113. settings)
  114.  
  115. ---- #DAYOFMONTH# - returns the current day of the month
  116.  
  117. ---- #MONTHOFYEAR# - returns the current month number of the year
  118.  
  119. ---- #MONTHNAMEOFYEAR# - returns the name (based on regional settings) of the current month
  120.  
  121. ---- #CURRENTYEAR# - returns the current year
  122.  
  123. ---- #TIME# - returns the current time of the day
  124.  
  125. ---- #TIMEBETWEEN(startTime,endTime,text if local time is between bounds, text if time is not
  126. between bounds)# -
  127. returns different text depending if local (computer) time is between a certain range or not.
  128. Example #TIMEBETWEEN(9:00,14:00,yes,no)# will return yes if time is between 9 AM and 2 PM,
  129. and no otherwise
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