How do I get the response object in Python Requests?

The request.Response object is returned as the result of requests.get(), request.post(), request.put(), and request.delete() call. The HTTP response contains all information about the server response, such as status code, version number, headers, and cookies. The Requests library response object includes the content of the HTTP response, such as an HTML code, image, or PDF file, and allows the browser to display the server's response to the user. In this Python Requests Response example, we send a request to ReqBin URL and display the response status code. Click Execute to run Python Response Example online and see the result.
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