Method: messages.setBotCallbackAnswer

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Parameters:

Name Type Required
alert Bool Optional
query_id long Yes
message string Optional
url string Optional
cache_time int Yes

Return type: Bool

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);
}

$Bool = $MadelineProto->messages->setBotCallbackAnswer(['alert' => Bool, 'query_id' => long, 'message' => 'string', 'url' => 'string', 'cache_time' => 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.setBotCallbackAnswer

Parameters:

alert - Json encoded Bool query_id - Json encoded long message - Json encoded string url - Json encoded string cache_time - Json encoded int

Or, if you’re into Lua:

Bool = messages.setBotCallbackAnswer({alert=Bool, query_id=long, message='string', url='string', cache_time=int, })

Return value

If the length of the provided message is bigger than 4096, the message will be split in chunks and the method will be called multiple times, with the same parameters (except for the message), and an array of Bool will be returned instead.