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K-line is an IRC term. It stands for a line in the configuration file of the IRC server, that prevents a client with a specific hostmask to connect. Such a user is then called 'k-lined'.

Reasons for a client being k-lined include:

A g-line is a network-wide k-line.

An akill is a network-wide k-line that is done through Operserv

A q-line is a ban on a nickname on a server

A z-line is a blocking of an IP address range on a network

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