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Category: Programming FAQ & Tutorials


info@fyicenter.com (FYIcenter.com) | Sep 12, 2018 | 1 reads

How to send an HTTP POST request with urllib.request? I want to submit a form to a Website. To submit a form to a Website, you can use the urllib.request.urlopen() function with two arguments: r = urllib.request.urlopen(url, data) where: url can be a URL string or Request object data is request body... - Rank: 108; Updated: 2018-09-13 04:21:42 -> Source


info@fyicenter.com (FYIcenter.com) | Sep 12, 2018

How to use urllib.parse.urlencode() function to encode HTTP POST data? My form data has special characters. If your form data has spaces, equal signs, and other special characters, you need to call urllib.parse.urlencode() to encode it before passing it to the urlopen() function. The urlencode() fun... - Rank: 108; Updated: 2018-09-13 04:21:42 -> Source


info@fyicenter.com (FYIcenter.com) | Sep 12, 2018

How to use the urllib.request.Request object to build more complex HTTP request? The urllib.request.urlopen() function can take a urllib.request.Request object to let you building more complex HTTP requests. You can use the Request() constructor to build a Request object: q = urllib.request.Request(... - Rank: 108; Updated: 2018-09-13 04:21:42 -> Source


info@fyicenter.com (FYIcenter.com) | Sep 12, 2018 | 1 reads

What properties and functions are supported on urllib.request.Request objects? urllib.request.Request objects support the following properties and functions: >>> q = urllib.request.Request(url) host # represents the host name of the url. type # represents the internet protocol t... - Rank: 108; Updated: 2018-09-13 04:21:42 -> Source


info@fyicenter.com (FYIcenter.com) | Sep 12, 2018

How to send an FTP request with the urllib.request.urlopen() function? If an FTP server supports anonymous access, you can send an FTP request to retrieve a directory list, or download a file using the urllib.request.urlopen() function: Here is a Python example on how to get a directory list from an... - Rank: 107; Updated: 2018-09-13 04:21:42 -> Source


FYIcenter.com | Sep 12, 2018 | 2 reads

How To Invoke Built-in Functions in PL/SQL in Oracle? Of course, you can invoke SQL functions in SQL statements. But many SQL functions can also be executed in regular PL/SQL statements, as shown in the following sample script: DECLARE now DATE; id NUMBER; str VARCHAR2(40); BEGIN now := SYSDATE; DBM... - Rank: 417; Updated: 2018-09-13 -> Source


FYIcenter.com | Sep 12, 2018

How To Retrieve the Count of Updated Rows in Oracle? After running an UPDATE statement, the database server returns a count of updated rows. You can retrieve this count from a special predefined variable called SQL%ROWCOUT, as shown in the following tutorial: CREATE TABLE emp_temp AS SELECT * FROM e... - Rank: 320; Updated: 2018-09-13 -> Source


FYIcenter.com | Sep 12, 2018

What Is the Implicit Cursor in Oracle? The implicit cursor is the cursor automatically defined by PL/SQL for you. Whenever a SQL statement is executed, this cursor will be assigned to represent the execution of this statement. This implicit cursor is called SQL. It has many attributes representing s... - Rank: 395; Updated: 2018-09-13 -> Source


FYIcenter.com | Sep 12, 2018 | 2 reads

How To Assign Data of the Deleted Row to Variables in Oracle? If a DELETE statement is deleting a single row, you can assign column values of the deleted row to variables by using the RETURNING clause, which an extension of DELETE statements for PL/SQL. The tutorial script shows you how to do this: ... - Rank: 307; Updated: 2018-09-13 -> Source


FYIcenter.com | Sep 12, 2018 | 1 reads

What Is a RECORD in PL/SQL in Oracle? RECORD is a composite data type in PL/SQL. It can have many fields representing data elements with different data types. Variables of RECORD type can be designed to hold data from database table rows. To use RECORD data type, you need to define a specific RECORD... - Rank: 400; Updated: 2018-09-13 -> Source




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