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python-telegram-bot is a Python library typically used in Messaging, Chat applications. python-telegram-bot has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available and it has high support. However python-telegram-bot has a Non-SPDX License. You can download it from GitHub.
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  • Send an invoice
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  • Run a scheduled job .
  • Initialize bot .
  • Convert time_object to float .
  • Insert bot .
  • Make a POST request .
  • Download file .
  • Print out the decrypted credential data .

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python-telegram-bot: Pass arguments to the bot

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import os
import telegram
from telegram.ext import Updater, CommandHandler

# --- init ---

TOKEN = os.getenv('TELEGRAM_TOKEN')

updater = Updater(token=TOKEN, use_context=True)
dispatcher = updater.dispatcher

# --- commands ---

def start(update, context):
    print('text:', update.message.text)   # /start something
    print('args:', context.args)          # ['something']

dispatcher.add_handler(CommandHandler('start', start))

# --- start ---
    
updater.start_polling()
updater.idle()

How I can do a send message task inside a dispatcher.run_async() using python-telegram-bot?

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dispatcher.run_async(myFunction, updater.bot)

def myfunction(bot):
    bot.send_message(text='Hello, World',chat_id=123456789)
import telegram
from telegram.ext import Updater

def myfunction(bot):
    bot.send_message(text='Hello, World',chat_id=123456789)

def main():
    """Start the bot."""
    # Create the Updater and pass it your bot's token.
    updater = Updater("<MY-BOT-TOKEN>")

    # Get the dispatcher to register handlers
    dispatcher = updater.dispatcher
    dispatcher.run_async(myfunction, updater.bot)

    # Start the Bot
    updater.start_polling()
    updater.idle()

if __name__ == '__main__':
    main()
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dispatcher.run_async(myFunction, updater.bot)

def myfunction(bot):
    bot.send_message(text='Hello, World',chat_id=123456789)
import telegram
from telegram.ext import Updater

def myfunction(bot):
    bot.send_message(text='Hello, World',chat_id=123456789)

def main():
    """Start the bot."""
    # Create the Updater and pass it your bot's token.
    updater = Updater("<MY-BOT-TOKEN>")

    # Get the dispatcher to register handlers
    dispatcher = updater.dispatcher
    dispatcher.run_async(myfunction, updater.bot)

    # Start the Bot
    updater.start_polling()
    updater.idle()

if __name__ == '__main__':
    main()

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import src.main from main

if '__name__' == '__main__':
    main()

How to send Django model object's details as answer according to the user's choice of InlineKeyboardButton?

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filename = 'path_until_media_folder' + str(obj.img.url) 

update.callback_query.bot.send_photo(update.effective_chat.id, photo=open(filename, 'rb'))

Python Telegram Bot Read Large Message

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updater = Updater(token='XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX')
dispatcher = updater.dispatcher

all_message = {
    message_id = 0
    text = ""
}

def runMe(update, context):
    global all_message
    if update.message.message_id == all_message["message_id"]:
        received_message = update.message.text
        all_message["text"] += received_message 
        print("Received message with length %d" % len(received_message))
        # Save (full) message to file
    else:
        all_message["message_id"] = update.message.message_id
        all_message["text"] += received_message

arg_handler = MessageHandler(Filters.text, runMe)
dispatcher.add_handler(arg_handler)

Can you trigger a command from another in telegram bot?

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def button(update: Update, context: CallbackContext) -> None:
    """Parses the CallbackQuery and updates the message text."""
    query = update.callback_query

    # CallbackQueries need to be answered, even if no notification to the user is needed
    # Some clients may have trouble otherwise. See https://core.telegram.org/bots/api#callbackquery
    query.answer()

    query.edit_message_text(text=f"Selected option: {query.data}")

    help_command(update, context)


def help_command(update: Update, context: CallbackContext) -> None:
    """Displays info on how to use the bot."""
    # update.message.reply_text("Use /start to test this bot.")
    context.bot.send_message(update.effective_user.id, "Use /start to test this bot.")
def help_command(update: Update, context: CallbackContext) -> None:
    """Displays info on how to use the bot."""
    if hasattr(update.message, "reply_text"):
        update.message.reply_text("Use /start to test this bot.")
    else:
        context.bot.send_message(update.effective_user.id, "Use /start to test this bot.")
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def button(update: Update, context: CallbackContext) -> None:
    """Parses the CallbackQuery and updates the message text."""
    query = update.callback_query

    # CallbackQueries need to be answered, even if no notification to the user is needed
    # Some clients may have trouble otherwise. See https://core.telegram.org/bots/api#callbackquery
    query.answer()

    query.edit_message_text(text=f"Selected option: {query.data}")

    help_command(update, context)


def help_command(update: Update, context: CallbackContext) -> None:
    """Displays info on how to use the bot."""
    # update.message.reply_text("Use /start to test this bot.")
    context.bot.send_message(update.effective_user.id, "Use /start to test this bot.")
def help_command(update: Update, context: CallbackContext) -> None:
    """Displays info on how to use the bot."""
    if hasattr(update.message, "reply_text"):
        update.message.reply_text("Use /start to test this bot.")
    else:
        context.bot.send_message(update.effective_user.id, "Use /start to test this bot.")

Command handler Telethon

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@client.on(events.NewMessage(pattern=r'!raw (\w+)'))
async def handler(event):
    ...
arg = event.pattern_match.group(1)
print(arg)  # first word
parts = event.raw_text.split()
if len(parts) > 1:
    arg = parts[1]
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@client.on(events.NewMessage(pattern=r'!raw (\w+)'))
async def handler(event):
    ...
arg = event.pattern_match.group(1)
print(arg)  # first word
parts = event.raw_text.split()
if len(parts) > 1:
    arg = parts[1]
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@client.on(events.NewMessage(pattern=r'!raw (\w+)'))
async def handler(event):
    ...
arg = event.pattern_match.group(1)
print(arg)  # first word
parts = event.raw_text.split()
if len(parts) > 1:
    arg = parts[1]

Why do I get 'MySQL server has gone away' after running a Telegram bot for some hours?

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SET SESSION wait_timeout = ...
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from django.db import close_old_connections

try:
    #do your long running operation here
except django.db.utils.OperationalError:
    close_old_connections()
    #do your long running operation here
from channels.db import database_sync_to_async

async def connect(self):
    self.username = await database_sync_to_async(self.get_name)()

def get_name(self):
    return User.objects.all()[0].name
@database_sync_to_async
def get_name(self):
    return User.objects.all()[0].name
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from django.db import close_old_connections

try:
    #do your long running operation here
except django.db.utils.OperationalError:
    close_old_connections()
    #do your long running operation here
from channels.db import database_sync_to_async

async def connect(self):
    self.username = await database_sync_to_async(self.get_name)()

def get_name(self):
    return User.objects.all()[0].name
@database_sync_to_async
def get_name(self):
    return User.objects.all()[0].name
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from django.db import close_old_connections

try:
    #do your long running operation here
except django.db.utils.OperationalError:
    close_old_connections()
    #do your long running operation here
from channels.db import database_sync_to_async

async def connect(self):
    self.username = await database_sync_to_async(self.get_name)()

def get_name(self):
    return User.objects.all()[0].name
@database_sync_to_async
def get_name(self):
    return User.objects.all()[0].name
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from django.db import close_old_connections
close_old_connections()
# do some db actions, it will reconnect db
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[mysqld]
...
max_allowed_packet=128M
innodb_log_file_size = 128M # Fix kopano-server: SQL [00000088] info: MySQL server has gone away. Reconnecting, see https://jira.kopano.io/browse/KC-1053
[mysqld]
...
wait_timeout = 288000 # Increase timeout to 80h before Mysql server will also go away
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[mysqld]
...
max_allowed_packet=128M
innodb_log_file_size = 128M # Fix kopano-server: SQL [00000088] info: MySQL server has gone away. Reconnecting, see https://jira.kopano.io/browse/KC-1053
[mysqld]
...
wait_timeout = 288000 # Increase timeout to 80h before Mysql server will also go away
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def check_db(context):
    # Do the code for running "SELECT 1" in the DB
    return

updater.job_queue.run_repeating(check_db, interval=21600, first=21600)
from django.db import connection

connection.close_if_unusable_or_obsolete()
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def check_db(context):
    # Do the code for running "SELECT 1" in the DB
    return

updater.job_queue.run_repeating(check_db, interval=21600, first=21600)
from django.db import connection

connection.close_if_unusable_or_obsolete()

Telegram bot ConversationHandler ignores fallbacks

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MessageHandler(
    Filters.text & (~ Filters.command),
    first_handler,
)

how to get username of author using telegram bot?

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from telegram import *
from telegram.ext import *
from dotenv import load_dotenv
from responses import *

load_dotenv()
def main():
  updater=Updater(os.getenv("BOT_TOKEN"), use_context=True)
  dp=updater.dispatcher    
  dp.add_handler(MessageHandler(Filters.regex('^(hello|hi)$'), hello))
  dp.add_handler(MessageHandler(Filters.regex('^(who are you)$'), whoareyou))
  dp.add_error_handler(error)
  updater.start_polling()
  updater.idle()
main()
def hello(update: Update, context: CallbackContext) -> None:
    try:
      username = update.message.chat.username
    except:
      username = update.message.chat.first_name
    update.message.reply_text(f'Hey! @{username} How it going?')

def whoareyou(update: Update, context: CallbackContext) -> None:
    update.message.reply_text('Hi! I am Buddy Bot. Developed by Soham.')
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from telegram import *
from telegram.ext import *
from dotenv import load_dotenv
from responses import *

load_dotenv()
def main():
  updater=Updater(os.getenv("BOT_TOKEN"), use_context=True)
  dp=updater.dispatcher    
  dp.add_handler(MessageHandler(Filters.regex('^(hello|hi)$'), hello))
  dp.add_handler(MessageHandler(Filters.regex('^(who are you)$'), whoareyou))
  dp.add_error_handler(error)
  updater.start_polling()
  updater.idle()
main()
def hello(update: Update, context: CallbackContext) -> None:
    try:
      username = update.message.chat.username
    except:
      username = update.message.chat.first_name
    update.message.reply_text(f'Hey! @{username} How it going?')

def whoareyou(update: Update, context: CallbackContext) -> None:
    update.message.reply_text('Hi! I am Buddy Bot. Developed by Soham.')

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QUESTION

How to use Google Oauth2.0 to authenticate user via Telegram Bot

Asked 2022-Mar-30 at 08:56

This is my first time interacting with Google API and I'm using python3.9 with this library Python Telegram Bot I want to access a user Google API Calendar via a telegram bot and I can't seem to find any article to guide me through it. My key problem (I think) is redirecting the success authorization flow back to telegram bot.

This is what I have in mind:

  1. In the telegram app, user send '/send' to bot
  2. Bot receive message and return a google an authorization link to user
  3. User clink on authorization link and allow access
  4. Bot receive authorization access and completes the Oauth flow

The problem lies betweeen step 3 and 4. A standard authorization link is https://accounts.google.com/o/oauth2/auth?response_type=code&client_id=<clientid>&redirect_uri=<redirect_uri>&scope=<scope>&state<state>&access_type=offline

How do I send the authorization link back to my telegram bot? Should I create another API endpoint to receive that authorization link? Or can I send telegram api send_message() in the <redirect_uri> to redirect the success message to my bot.

Update 1

Thanks to CallMeStag, I manage to figure out a way to complete the oauth process. For people who faced the same problem, this is what I did Pre-requisite: Credentials is created in google console api - Web application. redirect_uri set as localhost:8000 (During development phase)

  1. User send '/send' to bot
  2. Bot receive message and return an authorization link
https://accounts.google.com/o/oauth2/auth?response_type=code&client_id=<clientid>&redirect_uri=http://localhost:8000/&scope=<scope>&state<state>&access_type=offline
  • User click on link to authenticate and it will redirect to http://localhost:8000. Used fastapi as a webhook to receive the message. Capture the authorization code, use google.oauthlib.flow to complete the authorization process. Next, redirect user back to telegram link https://t.me/<botname>
  • Start using user google calendar
  • ANSWER

    Answered 2022-Mar-29 at 06:44

    It's currently indeed not very straight forward for a PTB-application to listen for external updates (the auth verification in this cas) - see also this issue. Currently it might be easiest for you to set up a custom webhook application that runs in parallel to the Updater - e.g. using flask/django/starlette/fastapi/…. Alternatively, if you're using webhooks for your bot anyway, you can patch the Updater to do the job for you. Although that requires some manual work - see here for an example.

    Once you are able to listen to updates coming from Google, handling them can be done via PTBs usual handler setup, specifically via the TypeHandler or even a custom Handler subclass - see this FAQ entry.

    Regarding the redirect url: You'll want to redirect your user back to your bot, so you'll have to provide a link that does that. Bot.link should probably do the trick.


    Disclaimer: I'm currently the maintainer of python-telegram-bot.

    Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71651533

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