Converting Curl commands to Python Requests

You can convert Curl commands to Python requests using the ReqBin Online Curl to Python convertor. The Curl to Python Converter uses the Python Requests Library for the generated code. Test your Curl commands online with our online Curl client and then convert Curl syntax to Python code with just one click. Curl Converter automatically generates valid Python code using the Python request library for all provided Curl HTTP headers and Curl data. Enter the Curl command, click Run to execute the command online, and check the results. With our Curl to Python Converter, you can convert almost any Curl command to Python code with just one click. Type your Curl command, and click on Run to generate Python code online.
Converting Curl commands to Python Requests Run
curl -X POST
   -H "Content-Type: application/json" 
   -d "{\"login\":\"my_login\",\"password\":\"my_password\"}"
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What is Curl?

Curl (stands for Client URL) is a command-line tool for transferring data between a client computer and a server. Curl supports a number of protocols, including HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and SFTP, and works on Linux, Windows, and macOS platforms. Curl is widely used for testing and interacting with APIs, has built-in support for proxies, SSL, certificate validation, user authentication, HTTP Cookies.

What is Python Requests Library?

The Python Request Library is a very popular Python library for making HTTP requests in Python. The Python Request Library abstracts the complexity of making HTTP requests behind a nice and simple API and lets you focus on your business logic in your application.

What is PycURL?

PycURL is a Python interface to libcurl (the core of the Curl command-line tool). PycURL is very similar to the Python Request Library but has a more complex syntax. PycURL, on the other hand, has better performance and provides more functionality.

Curl to Python Example

The following is an example of converting Curl syntax to Python code:

Curl Command

You will get generated Python code:

Python Code
import requests

url = ""

resp = requests.get(url)


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