Struct tbot::contexts::Inline[][src]

#[non_exhaustive]
pub struct Inline { pub bot: Bot, pub id: Id, pub from: User, pub location: Option<Location>, pub query: String, pub offset: String, pub chat_kind: Option<ChatKind>, }

The context for inline handlers.

Fields (Non-exhaustive)

Non-exhaustive structs could have additional fields added in future. Therefore, non-exhaustive structs cannot be constructed in external crates using the traditional Struct {{ .. }} syntax; cannot be matched against without a wildcard ..; and struct update syntax will not work.
bot: Bot

A bot for calling API without information inference.

id: Id

The ID of the query.

from: User

The user who sent the query.

location: Option<Location>

The location of the user, if enabled and allowed.

query: String

The query itself.

offset: String

The offset of the result to be returned.

chat_kind: Option<ChatKind>

The type of chat inline query was sent from.

Implementations

impl Inline[src]

pub fn answer(&self, results: impl Into<Vec<Result>>) -> AnswerInlineQuery<'_>[src]

Answers the query.

Trait Implementations

impl Clone for Inline[src]

impl Context for Inline[src]

impl Debug for Inline[src]

Auto Trait Implementations

impl !RefUnwindSafe for Inline

impl Send for Inline

impl Sync for Inline

impl Unpin for Inline

impl !UnwindSafe for Inline

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