Source code for aiogram.types.reply_keyboard

import typing

from . import base
from . import fields

class KeyboardButtonPollType(base.TelegramObject):
    This object represents type of a poll, which is allowed to be created and sent when the corresponding button is pressed.
    type: base.String = fields.Field()

    def __init__(self, type: typing.Optional[base.String] = None):
        super(KeyboardButtonPollType, self).__init__(type=type)

[docs]class ReplyKeyboardMarkup(base.TelegramObject): """ This object represents a custom keyboard with reply options (see Introduction to bots for details and examples). """ keyboard: 'typing.List[typing.List[KeyboardButton]]' = fields.ListOfLists(base='KeyboardButton', default=[]) resize_keyboard: base.Boolean = fields.Field() one_time_keyboard: base.Boolean = fields.Field() selective: base.Boolean = fields.Field() def __init__(self, keyboard: 'typing.List[typing.List[KeyboardButton]]' = None, resize_keyboard: base.Boolean = None, one_time_keyboard: base.Boolean = None, selective: base.Boolean = None, row_width: base.Integer = 3): super(ReplyKeyboardMarkup, self).__init__(keyboard=keyboard, resize_keyboard=resize_keyboard, one_time_keyboard=one_time_keyboard, selective=selective, conf={'row_width': row_width}) @property def row_width(self): return self.conf.get('row_width', 3) @row_width.setter def row_width(self, value): self.conf['row_width'] = value
[docs] def add(self, *args): """ Add buttons :param args: :return: self :rtype: :obj:`types.ReplyKeyboardMarkup` """ row = [] for index, button in enumerate(args, start=1): row.append(button) if index % self.row_width == 0: self.keyboard.append(row) row = [] if len(row) > 0: self.keyboard.append(row) return self
[docs] def row(self, *args): """ Add row :param args: :return: self :rtype: :obj:`types.ReplyKeyboardMarkup` """ btn_array = [] for button in args: btn_array.append(button) self.keyboard.append(btn_array) return self
[docs] def insert(self, button): """ Insert button to last row :param button: :return: self :rtype: :obj:`types.ReplyKeyboardMarkup` """ if self.keyboard and len(self.keyboard[-1]) < self.row_width: self.keyboard[-1].append(button) else: self.add(button) return self
[docs]class KeyboardButton(base.TelegramObject): """ This object represents one button of the reply keyboard. For simple text buttons String can be used instead of this object to specify text of the button. Optional fields request_contact, request_location, and request_poll are mutually exclusive. Note: request_contact and request_location options will only work in Telegram versions released after 9 April, 2016. Older clients will ignore them. Note: request_poll option will only work in Telegram versions released after 23 January, 2020. Older clients will receive unsupported message. """ text: base.String = fields.Field() request_contact: base.Boolean = fields.Field() request_location: base.Boolean = fields.Field() request_poll: KeyboardButtonPollType = fields.Field() def __init__(self, text: base.String, request_contact: base.Boolean = None, request_location: base.Boolean = None, request_poll: KeyboardButtonPollType = None, **kwargs): super(KeyboardButton, self).__init__(text=text, request_contact=request_contact, request_location=request_location, request_poll=request_poll, **kwargs)
[docs]class ReplyKeyboardRemove(base.TelegramObject): """ Upon receiving a message with this object, Telegram clients will remove the current custom keyboard and display the default letter-keyboard. By default, custom keyboards are displayed until a new keyboard is sent by a bot. An exception is made for one-time keyboards that are hidden immediately after the user presses a button (see ReplyKeyboardMarkup). """ remove_keyboard: base.Boolean = fields.Field(default=True) selective: base.Boolean = fields.Field() def __init__(self, selective: base.Boolean = None): super(ReplyKeyboardRemove, self).__init__(remove_keyboard=True, selective=selective)