When this function is used, the command can only be executed if the user’s message contains a certain amount of arguments (words).
how-many- How many arguments there should be in the user’s message.
🧙♂️ For example, if you want users to have 3 or more arguments in their message; you can use
>3. If you want users to have less than 3 arguments in their message, you can use
<3. If you want the users to have exactly 3 arguments in their message put
error message- The message that the bot will send if the user has too many/little arguments.
$argsCheck[>1;❌ Please provide something for me to say!] $noMentionMessage
🧙♂️ This example, a !say command; only allows users to run the command if they provided 1 or more argument in their message. If they don't provide any arguments the bot returns “❌ Please provide something for me to say!”.