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danog\MadelineProto\EventHandler\Query\InlineButtonQuery

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Author: Daniil Gentili daniil@daniil.it

Represents a query sent by the user by clicking on a button in an inline message.

Properties

  • $data: string Data associated with the callback button. Be aware that a bad client can send arbitrary data in this field.
  • $matches: list<string> Regex matches, if a filter regex is present.
  • $queryId: int Query ID
  • $userId: int ID of the user that pressed the button
  • $chatInstance: int Global identifier, uniquely corresponding to the chat to which the message with the callback button was sent. Useful for high scores in games.
  • $inlineMessageId: string Inline message ID

Method list:

Methods:

answer(string $message, bool $alert = false, string|null $url = NULL, int $cacheTime = 300): bool

Parameters:

  • $message: string Popup to show
  • $alert: bool Whether to show the message as a popup instead of a toast notification
  • $url: string|null URL to open
  • $cacheTime: int Cache validity (default set to 5 min based on telegram official docs …)

editText(string $message, array|null $replyMarkup = NULL, \ParseMode $parseMode = \danog\MadelineProto\ParseMode::TEXT, bool $noWebpage = false): void

Edit message text.

Parameters:

  • $message: string New message
  • $replyMarkup: array|null Reply markup for inline keyboards
  • $parseMode: \ParseMode Whether to parse HTML or Markdown markup in the message
  • $noWebpage: bool Disable webpage preview

See also:

  • \ParseMode

editReplyMarkup(array $replyMarkup): void

Edit message keyboard.

Parameters:

  • $replyMarkup: array Reply markup for inline keyboards

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