Did you ever want your very own Chatango chat bot, but never had the time/intelligence to learn simple python? Now you can have you own chat bot for your personal abuse! (for an extremely unreasonable amount of virtual balls)
Items: Bot (1-3 commands): 70 DBs
Bot (4-6 commands): 120 DBs
Bot (6-8 commands): 190 DBs
and the list goes on....
Buy your bot today!
Oh, and you can pay 10 extra DBs for me to run on my PC when I'm on.
Post by Fringe Pioneer on Apr 8, 2011 13:18:39 GMT
I hope this will imply people not encountering me with errors trying to implement my scripts, simply wanting to have a bot without actually learning Python. Those who do actually try to learn Python with their best effort while making a bot are very commendable, though...
The best bot is one you make yourself. Because you reward yourself with a new programming language. And if you know it you can add countless things to your bot. But don't stop there. You can make other things with python. And hopefully expand your programming language world to other languages.
But it really is better if you make one yourself. You might be able to pass the trouble shooting. And even if that IS a bad thing. (Bonding to your creation). You can do a lot more and make the bot customized if you do it yourself.
I've actually attempted a transfer to C++. Actually transferring it is more difficult than simply starting all over again. It really isn't that hard if you start over from scratch. But basing it off the coding in python is like translating a language to another language in real life. It's easier to read it in that language or write something that does the same thing in another language.
Just out of curiousty, is it pure python that you use to connect to Chatango? How do people connect bots to IRC, Chatango, etc.?
I know it's been a while, but since I know someone will ask this again, if not in this topic...
Well, for chatango we've been using the pure python libraries chatango.py(which has two versions floating around) and ch.py. With IRC the protocol is less difficult to implement by oneself and is quite easy to connect with some C++ and socket experience.
IRC you can connect to with pretty much anything with relative ease, but Chatango has an... uncomfortable... way of doing everything it does.