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Python requests.Response Object

❮ Requests Module


Example

Make a request to a web page, and return the status code:

import requests

x = requests.get('https://w3schools.com')
print(x.status_code)
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Definition and Usage

The requests.Response() Object contains the server's response to the HTTP request.


Properties and Methods

Property/Method Description
apparent_encoding Try it Returns the apparent encoding
close() Try it Closes the connection to the server
content Try it Returns the content of the response, in bytes
cookies Try it Returns a CookieJar object with the cookies sent back from the server
elapsed Try it Returns a timedelta object with the time elapsed from sending the request to the arrival of the response
encoding Try it Returns the encoding used to decode r.text
headers Try it Returns a dictionary of response headers
history Try it Returns a list of response objects holding the history of request (url)
is_permanent_redirect Try it Returns True if the response is the permanent redirected url, otherwise False
is_redirect Try it Returns True if the response was redirected, otherwise False
iter_content() Try it Iterates over the response
iter_lines() Try it Iterates over the lines of the response
json() Try it Returns a JSON object of the result (if the result was written in JSON format, if not it raises an error)
links Try it Returns the header links
next Try it Returns a PreparedRequest object for the next request in a redirection
ok Try it Returns True if status_code is less than 200, otherwise False
raise_for_status() Try it If an error occur, this method returns a HTTPError object
reason Try it Returns a text corresponding to the status code
request Try it Returns the request object that requested this response
status_code Try it Returns a number that indicates the status (200 is OK, 404 is Not Found)
text Try it Returns the content of the response, in unicode
url Try it Returns the URL of the response

❮ Requests Module