telegram.ext.inlinequeryhandler module

This module contains the InlineQueryHandler class

class telegram.ext.inlinequeryhandler.InlineQueryHandler(callback, pass_update_queue=False, pass_job_queue=False, pattern=None, pass_groups=False, pass_groupdict=False, pass_user_data=False, pass_chat_data=False)

Bases: telegram.ext.handler.Handler

Handler class to handle Telegram inline queries. Optionally based on a regex. Read the documentation of the re module for more information.

Parameters:
  • callback (function) – A function that takes bot, update as positional arguments. It will be called when the check_update has determined that an update should be processed by this handler.
  • pass_update_queue (optional[bool]) – If set to True, a keyword argument called update_queue will be passed to the callback function. It will be the Queue instance used by the Updater and Dispatcher that contains new updates which can be used to insert updates. Default is False.
  • pass_job_queue (optional[bool]) – If set to True, a keyword argument called job_queue will be passed to the callback function. It will be a JobQueue instance created by the Updater which can be used to schedule new jobs. Default is False.
  • pattern (optional[str or Pattern]) – Optional regex pattern. If not None re.match is used to determine if an update should be handled by this handler.
  • pass_groups (optional[bool]) – If the callback should be passed the result of re.match(pattern, query).groups() as a keyword argument called groups. Default is False
  • pass_groupdict (optional[bool]) – If the callback should be passed the result of re.match(pattern, query).groupdict() as a keyword argument called groupdict. Default is False
  • pass_user_data (optional[bool]) – If set to True, a keyword argument called user_data will be passed to the callback function. It will be a dict you can use to keep any data related to the user that sent the update. For each update of the same user, it will be the same dict. Default is False.
  • pass_chat_data (optional[bool]) – If set to True, a keyword argument called chat_data will be passed to the callback function. It will be a dict you can use to keep any data related to the chat that the update was sent in. For each update in the same chat, it will be the same dict. Default is False.
checkUpdate(*args, **kwargs)
check_update(update)
handleUpdate(*args, **kwargs)
handle_update(update, dispatcher)
m = 'telegram.InlineQueryHandler.'