Telegram bot is a program that sends and receives messages from users over Telegram Messenger, using the Telegram API. It can be used to send automated responses based on user queries, interact with other services (for example, by sending SMS or creating calendar events), retrieve information from third-party APIs, and perform other tasks.
What is a bot? It’s an application that lets you automate tasks on your device.
What does a bot do? A bot can send messages, delete messages, make calls, and launch applications.
How does a bot work? It works much like other apps: you install it on your phone or tablet, add contacts through whom the bot will communicate with others (for example, your friends), and set up commands for the app to execute (e.g., “tell me about this country”) and then use these commands in conversations with the app as often as needed throughout the day. Some bots are also capable of performing simple tasks like sending photos from one person’s gallery onto another person's device without requiring them both to be online at once; others have more complex functionality such as transmitting files between phones without needing Wi-Fi connectivity or allowing users to check each other's location using GPS tracking systems within each device's respective maps app!
Android bot is a C# Project that I have written code for it in Java
In this project, I have written the code in C#. C# is a programming language developed by Microsoft. It is a simple, modern, high-level, object-oriented, and type-safe programming language that allows easy usage of various platforms like Windows (desktop), Linux, and Mac OS.
C# is derived from the C language and shares with it the same syntax for statements: most statements are terminated with semicolons; many expressions also require semicolons after their closing parentheses; etc...
Finally, I would like to thank my friends who helped me during this learning process!
If you want to use your Telegram(TG中文软件) bot, you need to know the listening port of the telegram server. It is a simple but important thing that affects your work. By default, it uses 443 as a listen port. This port is the port of the telegram server that you want to connect to it
The default port is 443. If you want to change this port, you can do it by editing a few lines of code or opening a Terminal window and changing the port there.
You can also change it in the Telegram app. This requires you to restart the app so that it recognizes the changed value. The easiest way to do this is by clicking on "More" (which appears as three dots) on your Mac menu bar and selecting "Quit Telegram". After quitting, start-up Telegram again and go into Settings > Advanced settings > Port number > Edit Port number (or just edit). Here you will see two fields: one labeled “Local Port” with a default value of 50000 and one labeled “Server Port” with its default value being 443. Change these values if necessary for your computer's configuration before reopening the telegram!
Telegram API ID: This is a string that you can find in the URL of your freshly-created Telegram Bot.
A hash: The API hash or secret key is a big long random string that you can find on your application page in My Apps, which you can get to by going to apps and clicking on “Create New App”
Api id of created application
-In the first step, you need to create a new application.
-In the second step, click on "Manage" and then click on your created application
-You will see all details of your application there on this page: https://api-msrv53l5cvgz8kz2tko7xwfzkdwjn1e0cg1hqpig9lxtmbd9q3o28bgymndb5kivobdg6xkc5rbmubi5ejngusaxa8inebdu4geu4be6i4hi6u4ec6ud4ce6u44fue44fu44geu44heue44heue44fu44geaoeahucocogauchfaucaouycuagugyugacygapyagaieuhajhajegcagghhhmmcc
To get your API Hash, you need to:
log into the telegram web application (Telegram中文网站)
Click on your name at the top right and choose ‘My apps’ from this drop-down menu.
You should now be looking at a list of all applications that you have created or are responsible for (if any). Find the one you want to retrieve your API Hash from and click on its ID. On this page, there will be many pieces of information about your app including its username and permission settings but we are interested in one field only: Api Hash
You can get the device model by clicking on the drop-down menu and then selecting the device.
To create random android models we use this method:
-Randomly generate a number between 1 and 100, this will be our index number, so we divide it by 100 to get 0-99 numbers, now you have to select these numbers based on your model name and pick one at a time until you get 4 of them that match together as a unique combination (example: Nexus 5)
Device model for creating a random android model
An android device model is a random number that is generated by the system. For this article, we will use the Nexus 5 as an example of an android device model.
The Android wizard generates a unique and random 12-digit code using Nexus 5 as the platform and then gives you a choice to use your custom build or download one from our database.
Mobile Language Code
Go to the File menu, and click Settings.
Click Build, Execution, Deployment.
On the left of the window that appears, click Compiler.
In the right part of this screen, you will find the Resource path: ANDROID_DATA/CACHED_FILESYSTEM/RESOURCE_PATHS
Mobile language code for choosing a language
The mobile language code for choosing the language is a three-letter code. This can be found on iana.org/assignments/language-subtag-registry
For example en for English, fa for Persian, and so on
Once you have successfully created your project, go to File -> Settings -> Build, Execution, Deployment -> Compiler -> Android Compilers and check the Resource path.
The resource path will look like this:
/Users/_Your Username_/workspace_/_Project Name_/_Module name (if there is one)//res/**
This means that the files are located in a folder named res inside of the /res folder inside of your workspace directory.
Path of the resource file built by Android studio
To find where your resources are, you will need to go under File > Settings > Build, Execution, Deployment > Compiler. Then scroll down and you should see an option called “Android Compilers”. Click on it and then you will see a submenu with different options like:
-Enable Incremental Java Compilation (default)
-Enable Proguard Library Processing
And many more… Scroll down until you get a section called Resource Paths (it could be hidden by the other options in this menu). This is the path of resource files that have been built by android studio and you can find it like this: File -> Settings -> Build, Execution, Deployment -> Compiler -> Android Compilers -> Resource path
This is the path of resource files that have been built by android studio and you can find it like this: File -> Settings -> Build, Execution, Deployment -> Compiler -> Android Compilers -> Resource path