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Hi 🙂 I am a beginner coder who just learnt C++ and I wanted to apply it in projects to solidify my learning process. However, I only took a short tutorial before trying this out hence I’m pretty unsure about my C++ coding practices and I would like to know what areas I can improve on – and perhaps what kind of resources are available to do so. Additionally, I do feel that my project is a little sparse as of now so I would like suggestions on any features that I could add in to challenge my learning process and also make the bot a little cooler? Thanks for your thoughts in advance!

I’ve included more details as well as my project codes in the link down below:
https://github.com/bigjesslim/Telegram_InspoBot

Here’s my main code without function files if you’re too busy to visit the link:
Note: In some of my main.cpp and my other files I may have mixed in the method of ‘using namespace std;’ and just using ‘std::’ wherever required because halfway through I heard the latter is better practice XD

#include <string>
#include <random>
#include <fstream>
#include <vector>
#include <stdexcept>
#include <sstream>
#include <tgbot/tgbot.h>
#include <iostream>
#include "QuoteData.hpp"
#include "Functions.hpp"
using namespace std;
using namespace TgBot;

int main() {
    //Setting up API
    string token(getenv("TOKEN"));
    cout << "Token: " << token.c_str() << endl;

    //Telegram Bot object  created using API token
    Bot bot(token);

    //Declaring/initializing important variables
    std::vector<std::shared_ptr<QuoteTopic>> AllTopics = store_QuoteTopics();
    // flag controls the segment of the chat we are in.
    int flag = 1;
    int TopicIndex;
    std::string Return_Quote;
    std::vector<string> favourites;

    //Start page of the bot
    bot.getEvents().onCommand("start", (&bot, &flag)(const Message::Ptr& message) {
        bot.getApi().sendMessage(message->chat->id,
                "Hello, I'm InspoBot. I trade in your worries with a good inspirational quote to help you start the day right. "
                "Think of me as a friend and type in whatever's been worrying you lately."
                "n nYou can also key in the command '/topics' to choose from our list of quote topics." );
        flag = 1;
    });

    //To look at and store favourites
    bot.getEvents().onCommand("favourites", (&bot, &favourites)(const Message::Ptr& message){
        if (favourites.empty())
            bot.getApi().sendMessage(message->chat->id, "Whoops, looks like you haven't saved any favourites yet. n"
                                                        "First, find a quote by typing in what's been bothering you, or using the command"
                                                        " '/topics' to choose from our list of quote topics.");
        else{
            for (int n=0;n<favourites.size();n++){
                bot.getApi().sendMessage(message->chat->id, favourites(n) + "n n");
            }
        }
    });

    //Creating Inline Keyboards: (Formatting and Respective Queries sent)
    // 1. Quote Keyboard Configurations
    InlineKeyboardMarkup::Ptr keyboard(new InlineKeyboardMarkup);
    vector<InlineKeyboardButton::Ptr> topic_row;
    //Creating Buttons
    for(int n=0; n<AllTopics.size(); n++){
        topic_row.clear();
        InlineKeyboardButton::Ptr KeyboardButton (new InlineKeyboardButton);
        KeyboardButton->text = AllTopics(n)->Topic;
        KeyboardButton->callbackData = to_string(n);
        topic_row.push_back(KeyboardButton);
        keyboard->inlineKeyboard.push_back(topic_row);
    }

    //Manual method of access
    bot.getEvents().onCommand("topics", (&bot, &keyboard) (const Message::Ptr& message) {
        bot.getApi().sendMessage(message->chat->id, "Buttons."
                ,false, 0, keyboard, "Markdown");
    });

    //2. Choice Keyboard Configurations
    InlineKeyboardMarkup::Ptr choice(new InlineKeyboardMarkup);
    vector<InlineKeyboardButton::Ptr> choice_row;
    //Creating Buttons
    InlineKeyboardButton::Ptr KeyboardButton_1 (new InlineKeyboardButton);
    KeyboardButton_1->text = "Wrong Subject";
    KeyboardButton_1->callbackData = "Change Subject";
    choice_row.push_back(KeyboardButton_1);

    InlineKeyboardButton::Ptr KeyboardButton_2 (new InlineKeyboardButton);
    KeyboardButton_2->text = "Wrong Quote";
    KeyboardButton_2->callbackData = "Change Quote";
    choice_row.push_back(KeyboardButton_2);

    choice->inlineKeyboard.push_back(choice_row);

    // Actions to be executed depending on what queries are sent
    bot.getEvents().onCallbackQuery((&bot, &AllTopics, &flag, &TopicIndex, &keyboard, &Return_Quote) (const CallbackQuery::Ptr& query) {
        if (query->data.find("Change")!=std::string::npos){
            if (query->data=="Change Subject") {
                bot.getApi().sendMessage(query->message->chat->id,
                                         "Oh no. Here's a few buttons you can choose between to indicate your area of concern instead.",
                                         false, 0, keyboard, "Markdown");
            }
            else{
                Return_Quote = AllTopics(TopicIndex)->generate_quote();
                bot.getApi().sendMessage(query->message->chat->id, "Here's another quote just for you: ");
                bot.getApi().sendMessage(query->message->chat->id, Return_Quote + "n");
                bot.getApi().sendMessage(query->message->chat->id, "Was the quote useful for you?");
                flag = 2;
            }
        }
        else {
            Return_Quote = AllTopics(stoi(query->data))->generate_quote();
            bot.getApi().sendMessage(query->message->chat->id, "Here's a quote just for you: ");
            bot.getApi().sendMessage(query->message->chat->id, Return_Quote + "n");
            bot.getApi().sendMessage(query->message->chat->id, "Was this quote useful for you?");
            flag = 2;

        }
    });

    //Main Telegram Logic
    bot.getEvents().onAnyMessage((&bot, &AllTopics, &flag, &choice, &TopicIndex, &favourites, &Return_Quote)(const Message::Ptr &message) {
        printf("User wrote %sn", message->text.c_str());
        if (StringTools::startsWith(message->text, "/start") || (message->text == "/end") ||
            (message->text == "/topics")|| (message->text == "/favourites")) {
            return;
        }
        //Main Chat
        if (flag == 1) {
            TopicIndex = which_topic(message->text, AllTopics);
            if (TopicIndex == -1) {
                bot.getApi().sendMessage(message->chat->id,
                                         "Sorry, I couldn't quite understand you. Would you like to try again?");
                return;
            } else {
                Return_Quote = AllTopics(TopicIndex)->generate_quote();
                bot.getApi().sendMessage(message->chat->id, "Here's a quote just for you: ");
                bot.getApi().sendMessage(message->chat->id, Return_Quote + "n");
                bot.getApi().sendMessage(message->chat->id, "Was the quote useful for you?");
                flag = 2;
                return;
            }
        }
        //Feedback Chat
        if (flag == 2) {
            if (check_yes(message->text)) {
                bot.getApi().sendMessage(message->chat->id,
                                         "That's great! Would you like to store the quote in your list of favourites?");
                flag = 3;
                return;
            } else if (check_no(message->text)) {
                bot.getApi().sendMessage(message->chat->id, "Oh no. Why so?", false, 0, choice, "Markdown");
                return;
            } else
                bot.getApi().sendMessage(message->chat->id,"Well that's confusing... :0 nHelp me out here and key in a simple 'yes' or 'no' please.");
        }
        if (flag == 3) {
            if (check_yes(message->text)) {
                favourites.push_back(Return_Quote);
                std::cout << Return_Quote << std::endl;
                bot.getApi().sendMessage(message->chat->id, "Okay stored! ;)nYou can view your list of favourites by typing in the command '/favourites'.n"
                                                            "In the meantime, feel free to tell me anything else that's troubling you.");
                flag = 1;
                return;
            } else if (check_no(message->text)) {
                bot.getApi().sendMessage(message->chat->id,
                                         "Alrighty then. Feel free to let me know of any more of your worries.");
                flag = 1;
                return;
            } else
                bot.getApi().sendMessage(message->chat->id,"Well that's confusing... :0 nHelp me out here and key in a simple 'yes' or 'no' please.");
        }
    });

    //Capturing unexpected events
    signal(SIGINT, ()(int s) {
        printf("SIGINT gotn");
        exit(0);
    });

    // Receiving user inputs via long poll
    try {
        printf("Bot username: %sn", bot.getApi().getMe()->username. c_str());
        bot.getApi().deleteWebhook();
        TgLongPoll LongPoll (bot);
        int poll_on=1;
        while (poll_on) {
            printf("Long poll startedn");
            LongPoll.start();
            // Command to end polling
            bot.getEvents().onCommand("end", (&poll_on)(const Message::Ptr& message){ poll_on = 0; });
        }
    }

    catch (exception& e) {
        printf("error: %sn", e.what()); }
    return 0;
}

```

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I am able to get a PVA bot on a Sharepoint page. I created a new section and embedded the usual code to embed on a custom site.

<iframe src="https://powerva.microsoft.com/webchat/bots/XXX" frameborder="0" style="width: 100%; height: 100%;"></iframe>

That works, but the problem is that it’s “stuck” in that section. I want it to fix it to the bottom right. I tried adding a little to the style tag so that the entire code was like this:

<iframe src="https://powerva.microsoft.com/webchat/bots/XXX" frameborder="0" style="width: 300px; height: 400px; position: fixed; bottom: 0px; right: 0"></iframe>

It’s hard to explain what that did, but in basically broke the page for some reason. I wasn’t able to scroll down the page or click on anything. I had to revert to a previous version of the page.

Is it possible to embed a Power Virtual Agents bot on a Sharepoint page with expected results?

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Ola, sou iniciante em programação web.
Gostaria de criar um bot para que toda vez que uma div de um site de terceiro (a div class=”history-feed__collection”) é atualizada e contar a informação (naipe da carta e numero dela) um determinado site e armazenar essa informação

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What is the result of a bot attacking the wp-cron.php file?

I am trying to understand the wp-cron system better.

I have recently had instances of my server resources being used up, throwing 503 errors, and on investigation this always appeared to happen during a scheduled cron from a plugin or theme. Now, I know the native system in wordpress calls the wp-cron.php file every time a page loads (and I know that a better way to run crons is to get the server at timed intervals), but my question is this:

If a bot is attacking the wp-cron.php file accessing it over and over,
if it happens that a scheduled cron job is called into action, if that
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file again, does this mean that the scheduled cron job is executed
again (and again and again) and therefore causing a spike in CPU and
RAM used?

Sorry if this is way off the mark, I just really want to understand why my site may have been getting these spikes in the past and why they always appeared to occur during a scheduled cron job.