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A Flask Request Object is an object that contains all of the data about a particular HTTP request. It contains information about the HTTP method, as well as any data that was sent in with that request, such as form fields or file uploads. It also has methods for accessing information in the body of an HTTP request.

  • A Flask Request Object is a request object that has been extended with additional functionality. This makes it a more powerful and flexible request object.
  • Flask Request Objects are great for making it easier to create RESTful APIs. They're also useful for handling data validation, or for creating custom methods on the fly.

The advantages of using a Flask Request Object are:

  • It can be used to fetch data from the database and pass it to templates.
  • It is an easy way to write unit tests for your app.
  • It can be used to handle cookies and sessions in your app.

A request object is a built-in object which is used to represent an HTTP request. It contains information such as the URL, headers, and data.

The request object is the first argument passed to the view function. It contains all of the information about what has been requested by the client. This includes, but is not limited to, the URL, headers, data, cookies and more. It can be used for many things such as authentication and authorization.

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