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discord js duplicate channel

var bot = new Discord.Client();

bot.on('ready', () => {
  bot.channels.get(voic).clone(undefined, true, false, 'Needed a clone')
    .then(clone => console.log(`Cloned ${channel.name} to make a channel called ${clone.name}`))
    .catch(console.error);
}

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. It’s creating a new Discord client.
2. It’s waiting for the client to be ready.
3. It’s cloning the channel with the ID of `voic` and giving it the name `Needed a clone`.
4. It’s logging the name of the channel that was cloned and the name of the clone.
5. It’s catching any errors that may occur.

You can also clone a channel with a different type. For example, if you wanted to clone a text channel, you could do this:

“`js
const Discord = require(‘discord.js’);
const bot = new Discord.Client();

bot.on(‘ready’, () => {
bot.channels.get(text).clone(undefined, true, false, ‘Needed a clone’, ‘text’)
.then(clone => console.log(`Cloned ${channel.name} to make a channel called ${clone.name}`))
.catch(console.error);
}
“`

The only difference is that we added `’text’` as the last argument.

## Deleting a channel

Deleting a channel is very simple. All you need to do is call `.delete()` on the channel you want to delete.

“`js
const Discord = require(‘discord.js’);
const bot = new Discord.Client();

bot.on(‘ready’, () => {
bot.channels.get(text).delete()
.then(deleted => console.log(`Deleted ${deleted.name}`))
.catch(console.error);
}
“`

Here’s what the above code is doing:
1. It’s creating a new Discord client.
2. It’s waiting for the client to be ready.
3. It’s deleting the channel with the ID of `text`.
4. It’s logging the name of the channel that was deleted.
5. It’s catching any errors that may occur.

## Editing a channel

Editing a channel is very simple. All you need to do is call `.edit()` on the channel you want to edit.

“`js
const Discord = require(‘discord.js’);
const bot = new Discord.Client();

bot.on(‘ready’, () => {
bot.channels.get(text).edit({ name: ‘New name’ })
.then(edited => console.log(`Edited ${edited.name}`))
.catch(console.error);
}
“`

Here’s what the above code is doing:
1. It’s creating a new Discord client.
2. It’s waiting for the client to be ready.
3. It’s editing the channel with the ID of `text` and changing its name to `New name`.
4. It’s logging the name of the channel that was edited.
5. It’s catching any errors that may occur.

## Creating a channel

Creating a channel is very simple. All you need to do is call `.create()` on the guild you want to create the channel in.

“`js
const Discord = require(‘discord.js’);
const bot = new Discord.Client();

bot.on(‘ready’, () => {
bot.guilds.get(guild).createChannel(‘New channel’, ‘text’)
.then(created => console.log(`Created ${created.name}`))
.catch(console.error);
}
“`

Here’s what the above code is doing:
1. It

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