Usage: DIGRAPH [-<flag> [<arg0> <arg1> ...]]
A command for maintaining the internal digraph table. See
BIND ENTER_DIGRAPH for information on entering digraphs.
Use the DIGRAPH command without any arguments to display the
current digraph table. Note that if you are using a map
other than Latin-1, many characters might be converted on the
screen to something that your terminal is capable of displaying.
-ADD <arg0> <arg1> <arg2>
Adds a digraph to the table, where <arg0> and <arg1> are the two
characters that should result in the digraph represented by the
character <arg2>. The arguments can be given in several formats.
DIGRAPH -ADD a b c
will result in a digraph entry for the letter "c", that will be given
by composing the letters "a" and "b".
DIGRAPH -ADD a b !c
would result in a digraph entry for the letter represented by an "a"
with a tilde above, which is the same as "c" with MSB (bit 8) set in the
ISO 8859/1 map. The very same result is achieved with
DIGRAPH -ADD 61 62 227
thus giving the values in directly in decimal.
All modes can be combined.
-REMOVE <arg0> <arg1>
Removes a digraph entry in the table, in a similar fashion as
Removes ALL digraph entries from the table.
Use this command only if you know what you are doing.
It's primary use is when loading the .ircrc file.
If you do any changes in the digraph table, using -ADD,
-REMOVE or -CLEAR flags, they will be recorded in your .ircrc
file if you chose to save it.
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