I have this code for server
@app.route('/get', methods=['GET']) def get(): return send_file("token.jpg", attachment_filename=("token.jpg"), mimetype='image/jpg')
and this code for getting response
r = requests.get(url + '/get')
And i need to save file from response to hard drive. But i cant use r.files. What i need to do in these situation?
Assuming the get request is valid. You can use use Python’s built in function open, to open a file in binary mode and write the returned content to disk. Example below.
file_content = requests.get('http://yoururl/get') save_file = open("sample_image.png", "wb") save_file.write(file_content.content) save_file.close()
As you can see, to write the image to disk, we use open, and write the returned content to ‘sample_image.png’. Since your server-side code seems to be returning only one file, the example above should work for you.
Answered By – basic197