Python requests are generally used to fetch the content from a particular resource URI. Whenever we make a request to a specified URI through Python, it returns a response object. Now, this response object would be used to access certain features such as content, headers, etc. This article revolves around how to check the response.is_permanent_redirect out of a response object. response.is_permanent_redirect returns True if the response is the permanent redirected url, otherwise False. A 301 redirect is a permanent redirect from one URL to another. 301 redirects send site visitors and search engines to a different URL than the one they originally typed into their browser or selected from a search engine results page.
How to use response.is_permanent_redirect using Python requests?
To illustrate use of response.is_permanent_redirect, let’s ping geeksforgeeks.org. To run this script, you need to have Python and requests installed on your PC.
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Example code –
Example Implementation –
Save above file as
request.py and run using
Check that False at the start of the output, it shows that
is_permanent_redirect is False.
There are many libraries to make an HTTP request in Python, which are httplib, urllib, httplib2, treq, etc., but requests is the one of the best with cool features. If any attribute of requests shows NULL, check the status code using below attribute.
If status_code doesn’t lie in range of 200-29. You probably need to check method begin used for making a request + the url you are requesting for resources.
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