5 examples of 'python url decode' in Python

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349@staticmethod
350def decode(encoded):
351 """
352 Decode the URL formatted parameters into a dictionary.
353
354 :param encoded: A URL formatted parameters.
355 :type encoded: str
356 :return: The parameters as a dictionary.
357 :rtype: dict
358 """
359 decoded = {}
360 for pair in encoded.split(';'):
361 if not pair:
362 continue
363 # The url-safe base64 encoding still contains padding
364 # so we shouldn't split more than once.
365 k, v = pair.split('=', 1)
366 decoded[k] = unquote(v)
367 return decoded
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43def urldefrag(url):
44 if "#" in url:
45 s, n, p, q, frag = urlsplit(url)
46 defrag = urlunsplit((s, n, p, q, ''))
47 else:
48 defrag = url
49 frag = ''
50 return defrag, frag
49def splitDecodeFragment(url):
50 if url is None: # urldefrag returns byte strings for none, instead of unicode strings
51 return _STR_UNICODE(""), _STR_UNICODE("")
52 urlPart, fragPart = urldefrag(url)
53 if isPy3:
54 return (urlPart, unquote(fragPart, "utf-8", errors=None))
55 else:
56 return _STR_UNICODE(urlPart), unquote(_STR_UNICODE(fragPart), "utf-8", errors=None)
893def urldefragauth(url: str) -> str:
894 """
895 Given a url remove the fragment and the authentication part.
896
897 :rtype: str
898 """
899 scheme, netloc, path, params, query, fragment = urlparse(url)
900 # see func:`prepend_scheme_if_needed`
901 if not netloc:
902 netloc, path = path, netloc
903 netloc = netloc.rsplit('@', 1)[-1]
904 return urlunparse((scheme, netloc, path, params, query, ''))
234def encode(self, encoding):
235 '''Return the url in an arbitrary encoding'''
236 netloc = self._host
237 if self._port:
238 netloc += (b(':') + bytes(self._port))
239
240 result = urlunparse((
241 self._scheme, netloc, self._path,
242 self._params, self._query, self._fragment
243 ))
244 return result.decode('utf-8').encode(encoding)

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