To parse a JSON response from a link in Python, you can use the requests library to make an HTTP request to the link, and then use the json module to parse the JSON response.
Here’s an example:
import requests import json response = requests.get("https://example.com/api/data") # Replace with your link data = json.loads(response.text) # Access the parsed data print(data["key1"]) print(data["key2"])
In this example, we make a GET request to “https://example.com/api/data” and store the response in the
response variable. We then use the
loads method of the
json module to parse the response text into a Python dictionary, which we store in the
data variable. We can then access the values in the dictionary using their keys, just like we would with any other Python dictionary.
Note that if the response is not valid JSON, an error will occur when you try to parse it using