Client to client protocol



networking
(CTCP) A type of protocol created to allow structured data such as font information to be exchanged between users on IRC. It is also used to send a query to a user. The available CTCP commands include VERSION, FINGER, DCC CHAT, DCC SEND, TIME, PING, ECHO, CLIENTINFO. Some commands are not available on some IRC client software.
(1995-04-12)

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