While running the simple Python program below, I'm getting the following error:
./url_test.py: line 2: syntax error near unexpected token `(' ./url_test.py: line 2: `response = urllib2.urlopen('http://python.org/')'
import urllib2 response = urllib2.urlopen('http://python.org/') print "Response:", response # Get the URL. This gets the real URL. print "The URL is: ", response.geturl() # Getting the code print "This gets the code: ", response.code # Get the Headers. # This returns a dictionary-like object that describes the page fetched, # particularly the headers sent by the server print "The Headers are: ", response.info() # Get the date part of the header print "The Date is: ", response.info()['date'] # Get the server part of the header print "The Server is: ", response.info()['server'] # Get all data html = response.read() print "Get all data: ", html # Get only the length print "Get the length :", len(html) # Showing that the file object is iterable for line in response: print line.rstrip() # Note that the rstrip strips the trailing newlines and carriage returns before # printing the output.