How to request the authorization code programmatically

Hi Guys,

I am trying to start a robot in my orchestrator via Google Appscript.
I have already implemented everything into my script from this documentation:

But I am actually facing a problem:
Like described in 1.2 of the documentation, I need the authorization code for generating a refresh token. Since I want to write a script to obtain this automatically, the described way with pasting the URL into the browser manually with the code challenge (which btw works fine in my case) is not the way to go for me, as you probably can imagine.

Does anybody have an idea how achieve this? I would also be fine, if you have a working Postman- or curl-approach - it wouldn’t be a problem to transform this then by myself.

Thank you in advance.

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