How to use the requests module in Python

The requests module is a popular Python library for making HTTP requests. It allows you to make requests to web servers and receive responses in a variety of formats, including JSON, HTML, and XML.

To use the requests module, you first need to import it:

import requests

Once you have imported the module, you can use it to make requests to a web server. For example, to make a GET request to a URL, you can use the requests.get() method:

response = requests.get(‘’)

The response object contains the response from the server, including the status code, headers, and content. You can access these values using the response object’s attributes:

print(response.status_code) # prints the status code
print(response.headers) # prints the response headers
print(response.content) # prints the response content

You can also use the requests module to make other types of requests, such as POST, PUT, and DELETE. For more information, see the official documentation.