an Internet bot, web robot, robot or simply bot, is a software application that runs automated tasks (scripts) over the Internet, usually with the intent to emulate human activity on the Internet, such as messaging, on a large scale. An Internet bot plays the client role in a clientserver model whereas the server role is usually played by web servers. Internet bots are able to perform tasks, that are simple and repetitive, much faster than a person could ever do. The most extensive use of bots is for web crawling, in which an automated script fetches, analyzes and files information from web servers. More than half of all web traffic is generated by bots.Efforts by web servers to restrict bots vary. Some servers have a robots.txt file that contains the rules governing bot behavior on that server. Any bot that does not follow the rules could, in theory, be denied access to or removed from the affected website. If the posted text file has no associated program/software/app, then adhering to the rules is entirely voluntary. There would be no way to enforce the rules or to ensure that a bot’s creator or implementer reads or acknowledges the robots.txt file. Some bots are “good”. e.g.Create a Bot in Discord
1 – Download Node.js from https://nodejs.org/en/download/.
2 – Run the installer.
3 – Create a Discord account (optional).
4 – Login to your Discord account and channel.
5 – Go to https://discord.com/developers/applications/me in a web browser.
6 – Click the blue New Application button.
7 – Click Bot in the left-hand menu.
8 – Click Add Bot.
9 – Click Click to Reveal Token.
10 – Click General Information.
11 – Click Copy under Client ID.
12 – Paste your copied ClientID into the following URL:
13 – Paste your URL into the address bar on your web browser.
14 – Create a folder on your desktop for your bot code.
15 – Open a text editor.
16 – Type the following code:
17 – Save the file as “auth.json”.
18 – Start a new document.
19 – Type the following code:
20 – Save the file as “package.json”.
21 – Start a new document.
22 – Type your bots code.
23 – Save the file as “bot.js”.
24 – Open a command prompt window.
25 – Navigate to your bot folder on your desktop.
26 – Type npm install discord.io winston save and press. Enter.
27 – Type npm install https://github.com/woor/discord.io/tarball/gateway_v6 and press. Enter.
28 – Type node bot.js and press. Enter in the command prompt.
29 – Type “!Intro” in Discord.
30 – Check your coding if you didn’t hear a response.