children() - returns an array of objects cloned from a given object.
object *children( string name );
This efunction returns an array of objects that have been cloned from the file named by 'name', as well as the object 'name' itself, if loaded. An example use of children() is to find all objects that have been cloned from the user object: object *list; list = children("/obj/user"); This lets you find all users (both netdead and interactive whereas users() only reports interactive users).
deep_inherit_list(3), inherit_list(3), objects(3)