aiogram.api.types.inline_query_result_voice

aiogram/api/types/inline_query_result_voice.py
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from __future__ import annotations

from typing import TYPE_CHECKING, Optional

from pydantic import Field

from .base import UNSET
from .inline_query_result import InlineQueryResult

if TYPE_CHECKING:  # pragma: no cover
    from .inline_keyboard_markup import InlineKeyboardMarkup
    from .input_message_content import InputMessageContent


class InlineQueryResultVoice(InlineQueryResult):
    """
    Represents a link to a voice recording in an .OGG container encoded with OPUS. By default,
    this voice recording will be sent by the user. Alternatively, you can use
    input_message_content to send a message with the specified content instead of the the voice
    message.
    Note: This will only work in Telegram versions released after 9 April, 2016. Older clients
    will ignore them.

    Source: https://core.telegram.org/bots/api#inlinequeryresultvoice
    """

    type: str = Field("voice", const=True)
    """Type of the result, must be voice"""
    id: str
    """Unique identifier for this result, 1-64 bytes"""
    voice_url: str
    """A valid URL for the voice recording"""
    title: str
    """Recording title"""
    caption: Optional[str] = None
    """Caption, 0-1024 characters after entities parsing"""
    parse_mode: Optional[str] = UNSET
    """Mode for parsing entities in the voice message caption. See formatting options for more
    details."""
    voice_duration: Optional[int] = None
    """Recording duration in seconds"""
    reply_markup: Optional[InlineKeyboardMarkup] = None
    """Inline keyboard attached to the message"""
    input_message_content: Optional[InputMessageContent] = None
    """Content of the message to be sent instead of the voice recording"""