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# This is an example of how to connect to and use the Bitmessage API.
# See
import xmlrpclib
import json
api = xmlrpclib.ServerProxy("http://bradley:password@localhost:8442/")
print 'Let\'s test the API first.'
inputstr1 = "hello"
inputstr2 = "world"
print api.helloWorld(inputstr1, inputstr2)
print api.add(2,3)
print 'Let\'s set the status bar message.'
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print api.statusBar("new status bar message")
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print 'Let\'s list our addresses:'
print api.listAddresses()
print 'Let\'s list our address again, but this time let\'s parse the json data into a Python data structure:'
jsonAddresses = json.loads(api.listAddresses())
print jsonAddresses
print 'Now that we have our address data in a nice Python data structure, let\'s look at the first address (index 0) and print its label:'
print jsonAddresses['addresses'][0]['label']
print 'Uncomment the next two lines to create a new random address.'
#addressLabel = 'new address label'.encode('base64')
#print api.createRandomAddress(addressLabel)
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print 'Uncomment these next four lines to create new deterministic addresses.'
#passphrase = 'asdfasdfqwer'.encode('base64')
#jsonDeterministicAddresses = api.createDeterministicAddresses(passphrase, 2, 2, 1, False)
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#print jsonDeterministicAddresses
#print json.loads(jsonDeterministicAddresses)
print 'Let\'s now print all of our inbox messages:'
print api.getAllInboxMessages()
inboxMessages = json.loads(api.getAllInboxMessages())
print inboxMessages
print 'Uncomment this next line to decode the actual message data in the first message:'
#print inboxMessages['inboxMessages'][0]['message'].decode('base64')
print 'Uncomment this next line in the code to delete a message'
#print api.trashMessage('584e5826947242a82cb883c8b39ac4a14959f14c228c0fbe6399f73e2cba5b59')
"""print 'Now let\'s send a message. The example addresses are invalid. You will have to put your own in.'
subject = 'subject!'.encode('base64')
message = 'Hello, this is the message'.encode('base64')
print api.sendMessage('BM-oqmocYzqK74y3qSRi8c3YqyenyEKiMyLB', 'BM-omzGU4MtzSUCQhMNm5kPR6UNrJ4Q4zeFe', subject,message)"""
"""print 'Now let\'s send a broadcast. The example address is invalid; you will have to put your own in.'
subject = 'subject within broadcast'.encode('base64')
message = 'Hello, this is the message within a broadcast.'.encode('base64')
print api.sendBroadcast('BM-onf6V1RELPgeNN6xw9yhpAiNiRexSRD4e', subject,message)"""