ReplyParameters#

class aiogram.types.reply_parameters.ReplyParameters(*, message_id: int, chat_id: int | str | None = None, allow_sending_without_reply: bool | ~aiogram.client.default.Default | None = <Default('allow_sending_without_reply')>, quote: str | None = None, quote_parse_mode: str | ~aiogram.client.default.Default | None = <Default('parse_mode')>, quote_entities: ~typing.List[~aiogram.types.message_entity.MessageEntity] | None = None, quote_position: int | None = None, **extra_data: ~typing.Any)[source]#

Describes reply parameters for the message that is being sent.

Source: https://core.telegram.org/bots/api#replyparameters

message_id: int#

Identifier of the message that will be replied to in the current chat, or in the chat chat_id if it is specified

chat_id: int | str | None#

Optional. If the message to be replied to is from a different chat, unique identifier for the chat or username of the channel (in the format @channelusername)

allow_sending_without_reply: bool | Default | None#

Optional. Pass True if the message should be sent even if the specified message to be replied to is not found; can be used only for replies in the same chat and forum topic.

quote: str | None#

Optional. Quoted part of the message to be replied to; 0-1024 characters after entities parsing. The quote must be an exact substring of the message to be replied to, including bold, italic, underline, strikethrough, spoiler, and custom_emoji entities. The message will fail to send if the quote isn’t found in the original message.

quote_parse_mode: str | Default | None#

Optional. Mode for parsing entities in the quote. See formatting options for more details.

quote_entities: List[MessageEntity] | None#

Optional. A JSON-serialized list of special entities that appear in the quote. It can be specified instead of quote_parse_mode.

quote_position: int | None#

Optional. Position of the quote in the original message in UTF-16 code units