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#!/usr/bin/env python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""Simple Bot to reply to Telegram messages.
This program is dedicated to the public domain under the CC0 license.
This Bot uses the Updater class to handle the bot.
First, a few handler functions are defined. Then, those functions are passed to
the Dispatcher and registered at their respective places.
Then, the bot is started and runs until we press Ctrl-C on the command line.
Basic Echobot example, repeats messages.
Press Ctrl-C on the command line or send a signal to the process to stop the
from telegram.ext import Updater, CommandHandler, MessageHandler, Filters
import logging
# Enable logging
logging.basicConfig(format='%(asctime)s - %(name)s - %(levelname)s - %(message)s',
logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)
# Define a few command handlers. These usually take the two arguments bot and
# update. Error handlers also receive the raised TelegramError object in error.
def start(bot, update):
"""Send a message when the command /start is issued."""
def help(bot, update):
"""Send a message when the command /help is issued."""
def echo(bot, update):
"""Echo the user message."""
def error(bot, update, error):
"""Log Errors caused by Updates."""
logger.warning('Update "%s" caused error "%s"', update, error)
def main():
"""Start the bot."""
# Create the EventHandler and pass it your bot's token.
updater = Updater("TOKEN")
# Get the dispatcher to register handlers
dp = updater.dispatcher
# on different commands - answer in Telegram
dp.add_handler(CommandHandler("start", start))
dp.add_handler(CommandHandler("help", help))
# on noncommand i.e message - echo the message on Telegram
dp.add_handler(MessageHandler(Filters.text, echo))
# log all errors
# Start the Bot
# Run the bot until you press Ctrl-C or the process receives SIGINT,
# SIGTERM or SIGABRT. This should be used most of the time, since
# start_polling() is non-blocking and will stop the bot gracefully.
if __name__ == '__main__':