Python telegram bot lib

pip install python-telegram-bot --upgrade

Optional Dependencies

  • pip install "python-telegram-bot[passport]" installs the cryptography>=39.0.1 library. Use this, if you want to use Telegram Passport related functionality.
  • pip install "python-telegram-bot[socks]" installs httpx[socks]. Use this, if you want to work behind a Socks5 server.
  • pip install "python-telegram-bot[http2]" installs httpx[http2]. Use this, if you want to use HTTP/2.
  • pip install "python-telegram-bot[rate-limiter]" installs aiolimiter~=1.1.0. Use this, if you want to use telegram.ext.AIORateLimiter.
  • pip install "python-telegram-bot[webhooks]" installs the tornado~=6.2 library. Use this, if you want to use telegram.ext.Updater.start_webhook/telegram.ext.Application.run_webhook.
  • pip install "python-telegram-bot[callback-data]" installs the cachetools~=5.3.1 library. Use this, if you want to use arbitrary callback_data.
  • pip install "python-telegram-bot[job-queue]" installs the APScheduler~=3.10.1 library and enforces pytz>=2018.6, where pytz is a dependency of APScheduler. Use this, if you want to use the telegram.ext.JobQueue.

To install multiple optional dependencies, separate them by commas, e.g. pip install "python-telegram-bot[socks,webhooks]".

Additionally, two shortcuts are provided:

  • pip install "python-telegram-bot[all]" installs all optional dependencies.
  • pip install "python-telegram-bot[ext]" installs all optional dependencies that are related to telegram.ext, i.e. [rate-limiter, webhooks, callback-data, job-queue].


Простейший эхобот

#!/usr/bin/env python
# pylint: disable=unused-argument, wrong-import-position
# This program is dedicated to the public domain under the CC0 license.

Simple Bot to reply to Telegram messages.

First, a few handler functions are defined. Then, those functions are passed to
the Application 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

import logging
from telegram import __version__ as TG_VER

    from telegram import __version_info__
except ImportError:
    __version_info__ = (0, 0, 0, 0, 0)  # type: ignore[assignment]

if __version_info__ < (20, 0, 0, "alpha", 1):
    raise RuntimeError(
        f"This example is not compatible with your current PTB version {TG_VER}. To view the "
        f"{TG_VER} version of this example, "
from telegram import ForceReply, Update
from telegram.ext import Application, CommandHandler, ContextTypes, MessageHandler, filters

# Enable logging
    format="%(asctime)s - %(name)s - %(levelname)s - %(message)s", level=logging.INFO
# set higher logging level for httpx to avoid all GET and POST requests being logged
logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)

# Define a few command handlers. These usually take the two arguments update and
# context.
async def start(update: Update, context: ContextTypes.DEFAULT_TYPE) -> None:
    """Send a message when the command /start is issued."""
    user = update.effective_user
    await update.message.reply_html(
        rf"Hi {user.mention_html()}!",

async def help_command(update: Update, context: ContextTypes.DEFAULT_TYPE) -> None:
    """Send a message when the command /help is issued."""
    await update.message.reply_text("Help!")

async def echo(update: Update, context: ContextTypes.DEFAULT_TYPE) -> None:
    """Echo the user message."""
    await update.message.reply_text(update.message.text)

def main() -> None:
    """Start the bot."""
    # Create the Application and pass it your bot's token.
    application = Application.builder().token("TOKEN").build()

    # on different commands - answer in Telegram
    application.add_handler(CommandHandler("start", start))
    application.add_handler(CommandHandler("help", help_command))

    # on non command i.e message - echo the message on Telegram
    application.add_handler(MessageHandler(filters.TEXT & ~filters.COMMAND, echo))

    # Run the bot until the user presses Ctrl-C

if __name__ == "__main__":

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