Usage: LASTLOG [<flag>] [<pattern>] [<number of entries> [<from entry>]]]
Displays the contents of the lastlog. This is a list of the
most recent messages that have appeared on the screen. LASTLOG
is useful to redisplay the screen if you inadvertantly do a
CLEAR or miss messages for other reasons.

If no arguments are given, the entire lastlog is displayed. If a <pattern>
argument is given, only with <pattern> in them are displayed. If the
first argument is a number, it determines how many log entries to show,
or if searching for a pattern, how many entries to search. Otherwise it
is searched for in every lastlog entry. The second argument determines how
many lines back to start display from. Thus
Shows 4 lines of the lastlog, starting at line 8... lines 8,
9, 10, 11 are displayed. Furthermore:
LASTLOG bigcheese
displays only those lastlog entries that contain the word "bigcheese".
The following will, starting at line 4 searching for 8 lines, search
for lastlog entires that contain the word "phone".
LASTLOG phone 8 4

Available flags:
You can further limit the display of the lastlog by specifying
one of the following flags:
-PUBLIC Normal channel messages
-MSG Private messages
-NOTICE Notices
-NOTE Notes
-WALL Walls
-WALLOP Wallops
-CRAP Anything not included in the other categories
-LITERAL Make the follow a pattern always, not a number
-TIME Only display the entries from the given
time interval (it only works if STAMP is
enabled, example: -TIME 19:00-20:00)
-OPNOTE Operator notifications
-SNOTE Server notices
-ACTION In and outgoing CTCP ACTION lines
-DCC DCC connections
-CTCP CTCP messages
-HELP Any help text
-BEEP Beeps
-USERLOG1 User reserved messages
-USERLOG2 User reserved messages
-USERLOG3 User reserved messages
-USERLOG4 User reserved messages

The lastlog will only display messages of the type specified
by the flag.

See Also:

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