How to get URL from Python requests response?

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Hi. I made a get request using the requests module using the following:

>>> r = requests.get('<url>', params=payload)

When I type this in the browser and search, it returns a different url. The same happens with the above code but I want to get the newly returned url. How to get it from the response.

May 13 in Python by Sam

1 answer to this question.

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Once you get the response, you'll find the url in the response. Try this:

>>> r = requests.get('<url>', params=payload)
>>> print(r.url)
answered May 13 by Firoz

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