Method: messages.search

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Parameters:

Name Type Required
peer InputPeer Yes
q string Yes
from_id InputUser Optional
filter MessagesFilter Yes
min_date int Yes
max_date int Yes
offset int Yes
max_id int Yes
limit int Yes

Return type: messages_Messages

Example:

$MadelineProto = new \danog\MadelineProto\API();
if (isset($token)) { // Login as a bot
    $MadelineProto->bot_login($token);
}
if (isset($number)) { // Login as a user
    $sentCode = $MadelineProto->phone_login($number);
    echo 'Enter the code you received: ';
    $code = '';
    for ($x = 0; $x < $sentCode['type']['length']; $x++) {
        $code .= fgetc(STDIN);
    }
    $MadelineProto->complete_phone_login($code);
}

$messages_Messages = $MadelineProto->messages->search(['peer' => InputPeer, 'q' => 'string', 'from_id' => InputUser, 'filter' => MessagesFilter, 'min_date' => int, 'max_date' => int, 'offset' => int, 'max_id' => int, 'limit' => int, ]);

Or, if you’re using the PWRTelegram HTTP API:

As a bot:

POST/GET to https://api.pwrtelegram.xyz/botTOKEN/madeline

Parameters:

As a user:

POST/GET to https://api.pwrtelegram.xyz/userTOKEN/messages.search

Parameters:

peer - Json encoded InputPeer q - Json encoded string from_id - Json encoded InputUser filter - Json encoded MessagesFilter min_date - Json encoded int max_date - Json encoded int offset - Json encoded int max_id - Json encoded int limit - Json encoded int

Or, if you’re into Lua:

messages_Messages = messages.search({peer=InputPeer, q='string', from_id=InputUser, filter=MessagesFilter, min_date=int, max_date=int, offset=int, max_id=int, limit=int, })