To send and read messages in Discord using Python, you will need to use the Discord API and the python
Here is an example of how you can send a message to a Discord channel using the
import discord client = discord.Client() @client.event async def on_ready(): # Find the channel by its name channel = discord.utils.get(client.get_all_channels(), name='my-channel') # Send the message await channel.send('Hello, world!') client.run('TOKEN')
To read messages from a Discord channel, you can use the
`on_message event of the
object. This event is triggered every time a message is received in any channel that the bot has access to.
Here is an example of how you can use the
event to read and process messages in Discord:
import discord client = discord.Client() @client.event async def on_message(message): if message.author == client.user: return if message.content == '!hello': await message.channel.send('Hello, human!') client.run('TOKEN')
This will send a message saying “Hello, human!” in the same channel as the original message whenever the bot receives a message that says “!hello”.
You will need to replace `
TOKEN` with your Discord bot‘s token in order to authenticate the bot and allow it to access your Discord server.
I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any questions.