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pyTelegramBotAPI

A simple, but extensible Python implementation for the Telegram Bot API.

PyPi Package Version Supported Python versions Build Status PyPi downloads

Getting started.

This API is tested with Python Python 3.6-3.9 and Pypy 3. There are two ways to install the library:

  • Installation using pip (a Python package manager)*:
$ pip install pyTelegramBotAPI
  • Installation from source (requires git):
$ git clone https://github.com/eternnoir/pyTelegramBotAPI.git
$ cd pyTelegramBotAPI
$ python setup.py install

It is generally recommended to use the first option.

*While the API is production-ready, it is still under development and it has regular updates, do not forget to update it regularly by calling

pip install pytelegrambotapi --upgrade

Writing your first bot

Prerequisites

It is presumed that you have obtained an API token with @BotFather. We will call this token

TOKEN
. Furthermore, you have basic knowledge of the Python programming language and more importantly the Telegram Bot API.

A simple echo bot

The TeleBot class (defined in _init.py) encapsulates all API calls in a single class. It provides functions such as `sendxyz

(
sendmessage
,
send
document` etc.) and several ways to listen for incoming messages.

Create a file called

echo_bot.py
. Then, open the file and create an instance of the TeleBot class. ```python import telebot

bot = telebot.TeleBot("TOKEN", parsemode=None) # You can set parsemode by default. HTML or MARKDOWN ``` Note: Make sure to actually replace TOKEN with your own API token.

After that declaration, we need to register some so-called message handlers. Message handlers define filters which a message must pass. If a message passes the filter, the decorated function is called and the incoming message is passed as an argument.

Let's define a message handler which handles incoming

/start
and
/help
commands.
python
@bot.message_handler(commands=['start', 'help'])
def send_welcome(message):
    bot.reply_to(message, "Howdy, how are you doing?")
A function which is decorated by a message handler can have an arbitrary name, however, it must have only one parameter (the message).

Let's add another handler:

python
@bot.message_handler(func=lambda m: True)
def echo_all(message):
    bot.reply_to(message, message.text)
This one echoes all incoming text messages back to the sender. It uses a lambda function to test a message. If the lambda returns True, the message is handled by the decorated function. Since we want all messages to be handled by this function, we simply always return True.

Note: all handlers are tested in the order in which they were declared

We now have a basic bot which replies a static message to "/start" and "/help" commands and which echoes the rest of the sent messages. To start the bot, add the following to our source file:

python
bot.polling()
Alright, that's it! Our source file now looks like this: ```python import telebot

bot = telebot.TeleBot("TOKEN")

@bot.messagehandler(commands=['start', 'help']) def sendwelcome(message): bot.reply_to(message, "Howdy, how are you doing?")

@bot.messagehandler(func=lambda message: True) def echoall(message): bot.reply_to(message, message.text)

bot.polling() ``

To start the bot, simply open up a terminal and enter
python echo_bot.py` to run the bot! Test it by sending commands ('/start' and '/help') and arbitrary text messages.

General API Documentation

Types

All types are defined in types.py. They are all completely in line with the Telegram API's definition of the types, except for the Message's

from
field, which is renamed to
from_user
(because
from
is a Python reserved token). Thus, attributes such as
message_id
can be accessed directly with
message.message_id
. Note that
message.chat
can be either an instance of
User
or
GroupChat
(see How can I distinguish a User and a GroupChat in message.chat?).

The Message object also has a

content_type
attribute, which defines the type of the Message.
content_type
can be one of the following strings:
text
,
audio
,
document
,
photo
,
sticker
,
video
,
video_note
,
voice
,
location
,
contact
,
new_chat_members
,
left_chat_member
,
new_chat_title
,
new_chat_photo
,
delete_chat_photo
,
group_chat_created
,
supergroup_chat_created
,
channel_chat_created
,
migrate_to_chat_id
,
migrate_from_chat_id
,
pinned_message
.

You can use some types in one function. Example:

content_types=["text", "sticker", "pinned_message", "photo", "audio"]

Methods

All API methods are located in the TeleBot class. They are renamed to follow common Python naming conventions. E.g.

getMe
is renamed to
get_me
and
sendMessage
to
send_message
.

General use of the API

Outlined below are some general use cases of the API.

Message handlers

A message handler is a function that is decorated with the

message_handler
decorator of a TeleBot instance. Message handlers consist of one or multiple filters. Each filter much return True for a certain message in order for a message handler to become eligible to handle that message. A message handler is declared in the following way (provided
bot
is an instance of TeleBot):
python
@bot.message_handler(filters)
def function_name(message):
    bot.reply_to(message, "This is a message handler")
function_name
is not bound to any restrictions. Any function name is permitted with message handlers. The function must accept at most one argument, which will be the message that the function must handle.
filters
is a list of keyword arguments. A filter is declared in the following manner:
name=argument
. One handler may have multiple filters. TeleBot supports the following filters:

|name|argument(s)|Condition| |:---:|---| ---| |contenttypes|list of strings (default

['text']
)|
True
if message.content
type is in the list of strings.| |regexp|a regular expression as a string|

True
if
re.search(regexp_arg)
returns
True
and
message.content_type == 'text'
(See Python Regular Expressions)| |commands|list of strings|
True
if
message.content_type == 'text'
and
message.text
starts with a command that is in the list of strings.| |func|a function (lambda or function reference)|
True
if the lambda or function reference returns
True

Here are some examples of using the filters and message handlers:

import telebot
bot = telebot.TeleBot("TOKEN")

Handles all text messages that contains the commands '/start' or '/help'.

@bot.message_handler(commands=['start', 'help']) def handle_start_help(message): pass

Handles all sent documents and audio files

@bot.message_handler(content_types=['document', 'audio']) def handle_docs_audio(message): pass

Handles all text messages that match the regular expression

@bot.message_handler(regexp="SOME_REGEXP") def handle_message(message): pass

Handles all messages for which the lambda returns True

@bot.message_handler(func=lambda message: message.document.mime_type == 'text/plain', content_types=['document']) def handle_text_doc(message): pass

Which could also be defined as:

def test_message(message): return message.document.mime_type == 'text/plain'

@bot.message_handler(func=test_message, content_types=['document']) def handle_text_doc(message): pass

Handlers can be stacked to create a function which will be called if either message_handler is eligible

This handler will be called if the message starts with '/hello' OR is some emoji

@bot.message_handler(commands=['hello']) @bot.message_handler(func=lambda msg: msg.text.encode("utf-8") == SOME_FANCY_EMOJI) def send_something(message): pass

Important: all handlers are tested in the order in which they were declared

Edited Message handlers

@bot.editedmessagehandler(filters)

channelposthandler

@bot.channelposthandler(filters)

editedchannelpost_handler

@bot.editedchannelpost_handler(filters)

Callback Query Handler

In bot2.0 update. You can get

callback_query
in update object. In telebot use
callback_query_handler
to process callback queries.
@bot.callback_query_handler(func=lambda call: True)
def  test_callback(call):
    logger.info(call)

Middleware Handler

A middleware handler is a function that allows you to modify requests or the bot context as they pass through the Telegram to the bot. You can imagine middleware as a chain of logic connection handled before any other handlers are executed. Middleware processing is disabled by default, enable it by setting

apihelper.ENABLE_MIDDLEWARE = True
.
apihelper.ENABLE_MIDDLEWARE = True

@bot.middleware_handler(update_types=['message']) def modify_message(bot_instance, message): # modifying the message before it reaches any other handler message.another_text = message.text + ':changed'

@bot.message_handler(commands=['start']) def start(message): # the message is already modified when it reaches message handler assert message.another_text == message.text + ':changed'

There are other examples using middleware handler in the examples/middleware directory.

TeleBot

import telebot

TOKEN = '' tb = telebot.TeleBot(TOKEN) #create a new Telegram Bot object

Upon calling this function, TeleBot starts polling the Telegram servers for new messages.

- none_stop: True/False (default False) - Don't stop polling when receiving an error from the Telegram servers

- interval: True/False (default False) - The interval between polling requests

Note: Editing this parameter harms the bot's response time

- timeout: integer (default 20) - Timeout in seconds for long polling.

tb.polling(none_stop=False, interval=0, timeout=20)

getMe

user = tb.get_me()

setWebhook

tb.set_webhook(url="http://example.com", certificate=open('mycert.pem'))

unset webhook

tb.remove_webhook()

getUpdates

updates = tb.get_updates() updates = tb.get_updates(1234,100,20) #get_Updates(offset, limit, timeout):

sendMessage

tb.send_message(chat_id, text)

editMessageText

tb.edit_message_text(new_text, chat_id, message_id)

forwardMessage

tb.forward_message(to_chat_id, from_chat_id, message_id)

All send_xyz functions which can take a file as an argument, can also take a file_id instead of a file.

sendPhoto

photo = open('/tmp/photo.png', 'rb') tb.send_photo(chat_id, photo) tb.send_photo(chat_id, "FILEID")

sendAudio

audio = open('/tmp/audio.mp3', 'rb') tb.send_audio(chat_id, audio) tb.send_audio(chat_id, "FILEID")

sendAudio with duration, performer and title.

tb.send_audio(CHAT_ID, file_data, 1, 'eternnoir', 'pyTelegram')

sendVoice

voice = open('/tmp/voice.ogg', 'rb') tb.send_voice(chat_id, voice) tb.send_voice(chat_id, "FILEID")

sendDocument

doc = open('/tmp/file.txt', 'rb') tb.send_document(chat_id, doc) tb.send_document(chat_id, "FILEID")

sendSticker

sti = open('/tmp/sti.webp', 'rb') tb.send_sticker(chat_id, sti) tb.send_sticker(chat_id, "FILEID")

sendVideo

video = open('/tmp/video.mp4', 'rb') tb.send_video(chat_id, video) tb.send_video(chat_id, "FILEID")

sendVideoNote

videonote = open('/tmp/videonote.mp4', 'rb') tb.send_video_note(chat_id, videonote) tb.send_video_note(chat_id, "FILEID")

sendLocation

tb.send_location(chat_id, lat, lon)

sendChatAction

action_string can be one of the following strings: 'typing', 'upload_photo', 'record_video', 'upload_video',

'record_audio', 'upload_audio', 'upload_document' or 'find_location'.

tb.send_chat_action(chat_id, action_string)

getFile

Downloading a file is straightforward

Returns a File object

import requests file_info = tb.get_file(file_id)

file = requests.get('https://api.telegram.org/file/bot{0}/{1}'.format(API_TOKEN, file_info.file_path))

Reply markup

All

send_xyz
functions of TeleBot take an optional
reply_markup
argument. This argument must be an instance of
ReplyKeyboardMarkup
,
ReplyKeyboardRemove
or
ForceReply
, which are defined in types.py.
from telebot import types

Using the ReplyKeyboardMarkup class

It's constructor can take the following optional arguments:

- resize_keyboard: True/False (default False)

- one_time_keyboard: True/False (default False)

- selective: True/False (default False)

- row_width: integer (default 3)

row_width is used in combination with the add() function.

It defines how many buttons are fit on each row before continuing on the next row.

markup = types.ReplyKeyboardMarkup(row_width=2) itembtn1 = types.KeyboardButton('a') itembtn2 = types.KeyboardButton('v') itembtn3 = types.KeyboardButton('d') markup.add(itembtn1, itembtn2, itembtn3) tb.send_message(chat_id, "Choose one letter:", reply_markup=markup)

or add KeyboardButton one row at a time:

markup = types.ReplyKeyboardMarkup() itembtna = types.KeyboardButton('a') itembtnv = types.KeyboardButton('v') itembtnc = types.KeyboardButton('c') itembtnd = types.KeyboardButton('d') itembtne = types.KeyboardButton('e') markup.row(itembtna, itembtnv) markup.row(itembtnc, itembtnd, itembtne) tb.send_message(chat_id, "Choose one letter:", reply_markup=markup)

The last example yields this result:

ReplyKeyboardMarkup

# ReplyKeyboardRemove: hides a previously sent ReplyKeyboardMarkup
# Takes an optional selective argument (True/False, default False)
markup = types.ReplyKeyboardRemove(selective=False)
tb.send_message(chat_id, message, reply_markup=markup)
# ForceReply: forces a user to reply to a message
# Takes an optional selective argument (True/False, default False)
markup = types.ForceReply(selective=False)
tb.send_message(chat_id, "Send me another word:", reply_markup=markup)

ForceReply:

ForceReply

Inline Mode

More information about Inline mode.

inline_handler

Now, you can use inline_handler to get inline queries in telebot.

@bot.inline_handler(lambda query: query.query == 'text')
def query_text(inline_query):
    # Query message is text

choseninlinehandler

Use choseninlinehandler to get choseninlineresult in telebot. Don't forgot add the /setinlinefeedback command for @Botfather.

More information : collecting-feedback

@bot.chosen_inline_handler(func=lambda chosen_inline_result: True)
def test_chosen(chosen_inline_result):
    # Process all chosen_inline_result.

answerinlinequery

@bot.inline_handler(lambda query: query.query == 'text')
def query_text(inline_query):
    try:
        r = types.InlineQueryResultArticle('1', 'Result', types.InputTextMessageContent('Result message.'))
        r2 = types.InlineQueryResultArticle('2', 'Result2', types.InputTextMessageContent('Result message2.'))
        bot.answer_inline_query(inline_query.id, [r, r2])
    except Exception as e:
        print(e)

Working with entities:

This object represents one special entity in a text message. For example, hashtags, usernames, URLs, etc. Attributes: *

type
*
url
*
offset
*
length
*
user

Here's an Example:

message.entities[num].

Here
num
is the entity number or order of entity in a reply, for if incase there are multiple entities in the reply/message.
message.entities
returns a list of entities object.
message.entities[0].type
would give the type of the first entity
Refer Bot Api for extra details

Advanced use of the API

Asynchronous delivery of messages

There exists an implementation of TeleBot which executes all

send_xyz
and the
get_me
functions asynchronously. This can speed up you bot significantly, but it has unwanted side effects if used without caution. To enable this behaviour, create an instance of AsyncTeleBot instead of TeleBot.
python
tb = telebot.AsyncTeleBot("TOKEN")
Now, every function that calls the Telegram API is executed in a separate Thread. The functions are modified to return an AsyncTask instance (defined in util.py). Using AsyncTeleBot allows you to do the following: ```python import telebot

tb = telebot.AsyncTeleBot("TOKEN") task = tb.get_me() # Execute an API call

Do some other operations...

a = 0 for a in range(100): a += 10

result = task.wait() # Get the result of the execution ``` Note: if you execute send_xyz functions after eachother without calling wait(), the order in which messages are delivered might be wrong.

Sending large text messages

Sometimes you must send messages that exceed 5000 characters. The Telegram API can not handle that many characters in one request, so we need to split the message in multiples. Here is how to do that using the API: ```python from telebot import util largetext = open("largetext.txt", "rb").read()

Split the text each 3000 characters.

split_string returns a list with the splitted text.

splittedtext = util.splitstring(largetext, 3000) for text in splittedtext: tb.sendmessage(chatid, text) ```

Controlling the amount of Threads used by TeleBot

The TeleBot constructor takes the following optional arguments:

  • threaded: True/False (default True). A flag to indicate whether TeleBot should execute message handlers on it's polling Thread.

The listener mechanism

As an alternative to the message handlers, one can also register a function as a listener to TeleBot.

NOTICE: handlers won't disappear! Your message will be processed both by handlers and listeners. Also, it's impossible to predict which will work at first because of threading. If you use threaded=False, custom listeners will work earlier, after them handlers will be called. Example: ```python def handlemessages(messages): for message in messages: # Do something with the message bot.replyto(message, 'Hi')

bot.setupdatelistener(handle_messages) bot.polling() ```

Using web hooks

When using webhooks telegram sends one Update per call, for processing it you should call processnewmessages([update.message]) when you recieve it.

There are some examples using webhooks in the examples/webhook_examples directory.

Logging

You can use the Telebot module logger to log debug info about Telebot. Use

telebot.logger
to get the logger of the TeleBot module. It is possible to add custom logging Handlers to the logger. Refer to the Python logging module page for more info.
import logging

logger = telebot.logger telebot.logger.setLevel(logging.DEBUG) # Outputs debug messages to console.

Proxy

You can use proxy for request.

apihelper.proxy
object will use by call
requests
proxies argument.
from telebot import apihelper

apihelper.proxy = {'http':'http://10.10.1.10:3128'}

If you want to use socket5 proxy you need install dependency

pip install requests[socks]
and make sure, that you have the latest version of
gunicorn
,
PySocks
,
pyTelegramBotAPI
,
requests
and
urllib3
.
apihelper.proxy = {'https':'socks5://userproxy:[email protected]_address:port'}

API conformance

Checking is in progress...

Bot API 4.5 - To be checked...

Change log

27.04.2020 - Poll and Dice are up to date. Python2 conformance is not checked any more due to EOL.

11.04.2020 - Refactoring. newchatmember is out of support. Bugfix in html_text. Started Bot API conformance checking.

06.06.2019 - Added polls support (Poll). Added functions sendpoll, stoppoll

F.A.Q.

Bot 2.0

April 9,2016 Telegram release new bot 2.0 API, which has a drastic revision especially for the change of method's interface.If you want to update to the latest version, please make sure you've switched bot's code to bot 2.0 method interface.

More information about pyTelegramBotAPI support bot2.0

How can I distinguish a User and a GroupChat in message.chat?

Telegram Bot API support new type Chat for message.chat.

- Check the
type
attribute in
Chat
object:

if message.chat.type == "private":
    # private chat message

if message.chat.type == "group": # group chat message

if message.chat.type == "supergroup": # supergroup chat message

if message.chat.type == "channel": # channel message

How can I handle reocurring ConnectionResetErrors?

Bot instances that were idle for a long time might be rejected by the server when sending a message due to a timeout of the last used session. Add

apihelper.SESSION_TIME_TO_LIVE = 5 * 60
to your initialisation to force recreation after 5 minutes without any activity.

The Telegram Chat Group

Get help. Discuss. Chat.

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  • Donation with Amazon by @barbax7 This bot donates amazon advertising commissions to the non-profit organization chosen by the user.
  • COVID-19 Galicia Bot by @dgarcoe This bot provides daily data related to the COVID19 crisis in Galicia (Spain) obtained from official government sources.
  • MineGramBot by ModischFabrications. This bot can start, stop and monitor a minecraft server.
  • Tabletop DiceBot by dexpiper. This bot can roll multiple dices for RPG-like games, add positive and negative modifiers and show short descriptions to the rolls.
  • BarnameKon by Anvaari. This Bot make "Add to google calendar" link for your events. It give information about event and return link. It work for Jalali calendar and in Tehran Time. Source code
  • Price Tracker by @barbax7. This bot tracks amazon.it product's prices the user is interested to and notify him when one price go down. Want to have your bot listed here? Just make a pull requet.

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