Get one or more messages from a chat by using message identifiers.
You can retrieve up to 200 messages at once.
str) – Unique identifier (int) or username (str) of the target chat. For your personal cloud (Saved Messages) you can simply use “me” or “self”. For a contact that exists in your Telegram address book you can use his phone number (str).
iterable, optional) – Pass a single message identifier or a list of message ids (as integers) to get the content of the message themselves. Iterators and Generators are also accepted.
iterable, optional) – Pass a single message identifier or a list of message ids (as integers) to get the content of the previous message you replied to using this message. Iterators and Generators are also accepted. If message_ids is set, this argument will be ignored.
int, optional) – The number of subsequent replies to get for each message. Pass 0 for no reply at all or -1 for unlimited replies. Defaults to 1.
Message| List of
Message– In case message_ids was an integer, the single requested message is returned, otherwise, in case message_ids was an iterable, the returned value will be a list of messages, even if such iterable contained just a single element.
# Get one message app.get_messages("pyrogramchat", 51110) # Get more than one message (list of messages) app.get_messages("pyrogramchat", [44625, 51110]) # Get message by ignoring any replied-to message app.get_messages(chat_id, message_id, replies=0) # Get message with all chained replied-to messages app.get_messages(chat_id, message_id, replies=-1) # Get the replied-to message of a message app.get_messages(chat_id, reply_to_message_ids=message_id)
ValueError – In case of invalid arguments.