Response content is the information about the server's response that is delivered back to our console when we send a request.
While interacting with the web, it's necessary to decode the response of the server. While working on an application, there are many cases in which we may have to deal with the raw, or JSON, or even binary response. For this,
requests has the capability to automatically decode the content from the server. Requests can smoothly decode many of the Unicode charsets. To add to that, Requests makes informed guesses about the encoding of the response. This basically happens taking the headers into consideration.
If we access the value of
r.content, it results us the response content in a raw string format. And ...