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What is the meaning of the tag in the user description ("<++ ...")?

This table is based off the latest client versions at the time of writing

Client Tag Description Information
DC++ <++ V:x,M:x,H:x/y/z,S:x,O:x> V: Client version
M: Mode, A = Active, P = Passive, 5 = Socks5
H:
x = number of hubs connected to where you're not a registered user
y = number of hubs you're registered in
z = number of hubs you're registered as op

S: Number of slots open
O: If the current total upload speed of a user is lower than the number after O:, DC++ will automatically open another slot.

BCDC++ <++ V:x,M:x,H:x/y/z,S:x,O:x,B:x> B: Upload bandwidth limit in kb/s (optional and only shown when using BCDC mode)
CZDC++ <++ V:x,M:x,H:x/y/z,S:x,O:x,L:x> L: Upload bandwidth limit (optional and not always shown)
DC:Pro <DC:PRO V:x,M:x,H:x/y/z,S:x,O:x,F:x/y> F: Bandwidth limiting (optional and only shown in the description when using DC++ mode)
x = Download limit
y = Upload limit
DC++k CDM <++ V:x,M:x,H:x/y/z,S:x,O:x> <CDM V:y> V:y CDM version
DCDM++ <++ V:x,M:x,H:x/y/z,S:x,O:x,B:x> <DCDM V:y> B: Upload bandwidth limit in kb/s
DCGUI <DCGUI V:x,M:x,H:x,S:x,L:x> H: The number of hubs the client is connected to.
L: Upload bandwidth limit
iDC++ <++ V:x,M:x,H:x/y/z,S:x,O:x> <iDC V:y> V:y iDC++ version
MS++V <++ V:x,M:x,H:x/y/z,S:x,O:x,B:x> <MS++V> B: Upload bandwidth limit in kb/s (optional and only shown when using MS++V mode and in > 3 hubs)
NMDC v2 <DC V:x,M:x,H:x/y/z,S:x,O:x> O: has a different meaning then in a DC++ Tag.
O: Number of open slots.
oDC <oDC V:x,M:x,H:x/y/z,S:x,O:x> 5.3 and greater change the Client Name and Version fields
PhantomDC <++ V:x,M:x,H:x/y/z,S:x,O:x,B:x> <.P> B: Upload bandwidth limit in kb/s (optional and only shown when in PhantomDC mode)
PeerWebDC++ <PWDC++ V:x,M:x,H:x/y/z,S:x> {x/y} V: PeerWeb version.
{x/y}: Free slots / Total slots.
PWDC++ tag only shows when a User. DC++ tag shown when an OP.
rmDC++ <RMDC++ V:y,M:x,H:x/y/z,S:x,O:x,B:x,D:x> B: Upload bandwidth limit in kb/s [rmDC++ mode]
D: Download bandwidth limit in kb/s
[rmDC++ mode]
Client can emulate DC++, RMDC, zDC, CZDC, BCDC, oDC, Phantom
StrongDC++ <StrgDC++ V:y,M:x,H:x/y/z,S:x,O:x,L:x>

<++ V:x,M:x,H:x/y/z,S:x,O:x,L:x>

V:y StrongDC++ version [StrongDC++ mode]

L: Upload bandwidth limit (optional and only shown when in CZDC / StrongDC mode) [CZDC mode]

zDC++ <++ V:x,M:x,H:x/y/z,S:x,O:x> zDC++[V:x] V:y zDC++ version

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Last update: 2006-06-02 20:50
Author: BSOD2600
Revision: 1.0

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