What am I doing wrong with requests in python: ValueError: Expecting value: line 1 column 1 (char 0)?

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“value” can be any valid JSON value, such as a list, a string, or another JSON object,,Python JSONDecodeError Explanation and Solution,Our JSONDecodeError is telling us we are missing a colon (:) in our JSON data

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_expecting.js/ { "key": "value" }. . .
{
   "key": "value"
}
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YouTube changed their playlist format in March 2014 and later on, so you'll need at least youtube-dl 2014,07

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_expecting.js/ $ youtube-dl --get-filename -o. . .
$ youtube - dl--get - filename - o '%(title)s.%(ext)s'
BaW_jenozKc
youtube - dl test video ''
_ä↭𝕐.mp4 # All kinds of weird characters

$ youtube - dl--get - filename - o '%(title)s.%(ext)s'
BaW_jenozKc--restrict - filenames
youtube - dl_test_video_.mp4 # A simple file name

# Download YouTube playlist videos in separate directory indexed by video order in a playlist
$ youtube - dl - o '%(playlist)s/%(playlist_index)s - %(title)s.%(ext)s'
https: //www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwiyx1dc3P2JR9N8gQaQN_BCvlSlap7re

   # Download all playlists of YouTube channel / user keeping each playlist in separate directory:
   $ youtube - dl - o '%(uploader)s/%(playlist)s/%(playlist_index)s - %(title)s.%(ext)s'
https: //www.youtube.com/user/TheLinuxFoundation/playlists

   # Download Udemy course keeping each chapter in separate directory under MyVideos directory in your home
$ youtube - dl - u user - p password - o '~/MyVideos/%(playlist)s/%(chapter_number)s - %(chapter)s/%(title)s.%(ext)s'
https: //www.udemy.com/java-tutorial/

   # Download entire series season keeping each series and each season in separate directory under C: /MyVideos
$ youtube - dl - o "C:/MyVideos/%(series)s/%(season_number)s - %(season)s/%(episode_number)s - %(episode)s.%(ext)s"
https: //videomore.ru/kino_v_detalayah/5_sezon/367617

   # Stream the video being downloaded to stdout
$ youtube - dl - o - BaW_jenozKc
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The best way to handle this is catch the JSONDecodeError:,error:-json,decoder

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_expecting.js/ import requests r = requests.. . .
import requests

r = requests.get('http://httpbin.org/status/200')
r.status_code
r.json()
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Zipline, like most software in Python world is not only free, but open source, You can see and edit all the code as you like, and one big advantage of this is that we can make changes and even fix bugs when needed

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_expecting.js/ # If there's dividend data, a. . .
# If there 's dividend data, add that to the dividend DataFrame
if 'dividend' in df.columns:
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Example_snippet/controller/utility/_column.js/ {"http://example.org/about": {. . .
{
   "http://example.org/about": {
      "http://purl.org/dc/terms/title": [{
         "type": "literal",
         "value": "Anna's Homepage"
      }]
   }
}
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Ever since Yahoo! Finance decommissioned their historical data API, Python developers looked for a reliable workaround, As a result, my library, yfinance, gained momentum and was downloaded over 100,000 acording to PyPi

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_column.js/ import yfinance as yf msft = . . .
import yfinance as yf

msft = yf.Ticker("MSFT")
print(msft)
"""
returns
<yfinance.Ticker object at 0x1a1715e898>
"""

# get stock info
msft.info

"""
returns:
{
 'quoteType': 'EQUITY',
 'quoteSourceName': 'Nasdaq Real Time Price',
 'currency': 'USD',
 'shortName': 'Microsoft Corporation',
 'exchangeTimezoneName': 'America/New_York',
  ...
 'symbol': 'MSFT'
}
"""

# get historical market data
msft.history(period="max")
"""
returns:
              Open    High    Low    Close      Volume  Dividends  Splits
Date
1986-03-13    0.06    0.07    0.06    0.07  1031788800        0.0     0.0
1986-03-14    0.07    0.07    0.07    0.07   308160000        0.0     0.0
...
2019-04-15  120.94  121.58  120.57  121.05    15792600        0.0     0.0
2019-04-16  121.64  121.65  120.10  120.77    14059700        0.0     0.0
"""

# show actions (dividends, splits)
msft.actions
"""
returns:
            Dividends  Splits
Date
1987-09-21       0.00     2.0
1990-04-16       0.00     2.0
...
2018-11-14       0.46     0.0
2019-02-20       0.46     0.0
"""

# show dividends
msft.dividends
"""
returns:
Date
2003-02-19    0.08
2003-10-15    0.16
...
2018-11-14    0.46
2019-02-20    0.46
"""

# show splits
msft.splits
"""
returns:
Date
1987-09-21    2.0
1990-04-16    2.0
...
1999-03-29    2.0
2003-02-18    2.0
"""
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It'd be helpful if you can include a snippet of your code to see how you've actually used it,,However, from the exception, I think you're trying to do a,It would be nice if you could post the actual code

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_column.js/ return response.json() . . .
return response.json()
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