$sw

Returns the value of a switch for an alias
Usage
$sw(<switch_name>[,<long_switch_name>])
Description
This function is valid and useful only in aliases. It allows an alias to handle switches just like any other KVIrc command. If a switch in the form -<letter> was passed to the current alias then $sw(<letter>) returns 1 (true). If a switch in the form -<letter>=<value> was passed to the current alias then <value> is returned. If the switch was not present at all then this function returns an empty string (that evaluates to false in an expression). A warning is printed if this function is used non-alias code.
Syntax Specification
<variant> $sw(<switch_name:string>[,<long_switch_name:string>])
Examples

    alias(test){
        if($sw(a,append)) echo "Switch -a was passed"
        %x = $sw(x);
        if(%x) echo "Switch -x=%x was passed"
    }
    test -a
    test -x
    test --append -x
    test -a -x
    test -a -x=test
    test -a=10 -x=test


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