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request.body django

In Python 3.0 to Python 3.5.x, json.loads() will only accept a unicode string, so you must decode request.body (which is a byte string) before passing it to json.loads().

body_unicode = request.body.decode('utf-8')
body = json.loads(body_unicode)
content = body['content']
In Python 3.6, json.loads() accepts bytes or bytearrays. Therefore you shouldn't need to decode request.body (assuming it's encoded in UTF-8, UTF-16 or UTF-32).
Posted by: Guest on March-05-2021

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