Re: 2 questions

From: Lincoln Chan (linc@CSUA.Berkeley.EDU)
Date: 03/26/95

Since the first question was answered already, we'll jump
to a detailed answer of the second question.

You are correct, comm.c does control act() by the define
SEND_OK.  Keep in mind thought that this sendtoq is restricted
only for acts.  send_to_char will not check for it.  However
if you look in act.comm.c, /gen_com, you'll find that the
mass communications subroutine also checks for PLR_WRITING
I hope this helps.

(BTW, gen_com uses the subroutine act.  The additional check
found in gen_com is soundproof.)


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