How to get status code from Python Requests?

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I want to get the status code of a request I sent using the requests module. How to get the status code from the response?

May 13 in Python by Hiran
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Here's how you can get the status code:

>>> r = requests.get('<url>')
>>> r.status_code
answered May 13 by Rasheed

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