How do I read the response object in Python Requests?

To get a response object in Python Requests, you need to send an HTTP GET, POST or PUT request, after which the library will return requests.Response object. The requests.Response object of the Requests module contains all information about the server's response to an HTTP request. The Response server object is generated after the Requests library receives a response from the server. The Response object includes all the information returned by the server and the request object that was created initially. This is a Python example, we return the "r.status_code" status code from the given URL and check if the request was successful. Click Execute to run Python Response Example online and see the result.
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