How do I send a GET request using Python Requests Library?

To send an HTTP GET request using the Python Requests library, you must call the requests.get() method and pass the target URL as the first parameter. Additional HTTP headers can be passed to the requests.get() method with the headers= parameter. You cannot send data in the body of an HTTP GET message but still can send some information to the server with the URL parameters. In this Python Requests GET example, we send a GET request to the ReqBin echo URL. Click Execute to run the Python Requests GET example online and see the result.
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