Reading server response from requests module in Python.

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I made a request using the requests module in Python. I got the server response and now I want to read the response as plain text. Is there a way to do it?
May 13 in Python by Esha
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You can read the response using the text option on the response. 

>>> r = requests.get('<url>')
>>> r.text
answered May 13 by Kunal

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