By : Rakesh Vidya Chandra

When we want to fetch internet resources we tend to use urllib2 but when dealing with "HTTP basic Auth" urllib2 is pretty unintuitive and painful.

We can use urllib2.urlopen() to open the URL which can be a string or a request object, but the factor of the matter is that implementing anything beyond that is a bit troublesome.

Wouldn't it be a delightment, if we can use the GET, POST, PUT, DELETE with a single function call with the URL and auth data as parameters?

So Python-requests brings this delightment to life by extending the HTTP capabilities.

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