The url.protocol is an inbuilt application programming interface of class URL within URL module which is used to get and set the protocol scheme of the URL.
Return value: It get and set protocol scheme of the URL
Example 1: This example changes the special protocols to hypothetical protocols like http->https.
Before Change http://gfg.org/foo After Change https://gfg.org/foo
Example 2: This example try changes the non-special protocol to a special protocol like smtp->http but it will not change.
Before Change smtp://gfg.org/foo After Change smtp://gfg.org/foo
Example 3: This example try to change the special protocols to hypothetical protocols like ftp->fish but it will not change.
Before Change ftp://gfg.org/foo After Change ftp://gfg.org/foo
Example 4: This example try to change from non-special protocols to hypothetical protocols like ssh->fish.
Before Change ssh://gfg.org/foo After Change fish://gfg.org/foo
Example 5: It can be used as a getter.
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