# $EPIC: dcc_raw.txt,v 1.2 2006/07/26 19:47:17 sthalik Exp $
dcc raw <fd> <host> <message>
The DCC RAW command implements the underlying functionality for the MSG =<fd> <message> command. You should prefer to use MSG instead because you do not then have to keep track of the hostname.
The <fd> must be the value previously returned by the $connect() function, or $1 from /ON DCC_RAW “% % N %”, or $2 from /ON DCC_CONNECT “% RAW % %”
The <host> must be the first argument you passed to the $connect() function, or $0 from /ON DCC_RAW “% % N %”, or $0 from /ON DCC_CONNECT “% RAW % %”.
It is just easier to use /MSG =<fd>.
To send a message to blah.foo.com over an existing raw DCC connection:
/dcc raw 6 blah.foo.com This is a sample message.
or even simpler:
/msg =6 This is a sample message.