How to send custom HTTP headers using the Python Requests Library?

You can pass custom HTTP headers to Python Requests Library methods using the headers = parameter. Headers are passed as a dictionary of header name: header value pairs. The Requests Library does not change its behavior depending on the passed headers but simply redirects them to the target server. Header names must be ANSI strings, and header values can be strings, bytestring, or Unicode. The response.headers object contains the server's response HTTP headers received from the server. In this Python Requests Library Headers example, we send a request to the ReqBin echo URL and print the response headers using the headers.items() object. Click Execute, the to run the Python Requests Headers example online and see the result.
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