Syntax: #SH text

Same as the #SAY command. Echoes the specified text to the screen without sending it to the MUD. The difference between #SAY and #SHOW is that #SHOW processes the text just as if it was received from the MUD. This means text for #SHOW must be in Telnet format, which means %{crlf} should be used for newlines instead of just %{cr}.

SHOW example

#SH You have @gold coins
Prints You have nnnn coins to the screen where nnnn is the current value of the @gold variable. Any trigger set up for this type of pattern will get triggered.