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This is just an example to look at your request, but I think that it’s simpler to avoid all the problem of parsing with.split as a first step.
import requests
r = requests.get(”)
t = r.headers[‘content-type’]
with open(“temp.pdf”, “wb”) as f:
f.write(t.decode(‘UTF-8’).replace(‘”‘, ”).split(‘”‘)[1])

However, it’s a big effort…
I just read in the comments of the initial question that PDF links have changed, so I think the first solution is not valid. In that case, I would propose the following:
import requests
import sys

for link in sys.stdin:
r = requests.get(link)
t = r.headers[‘content-type’]
with open(“temp.pdf”, “wb”) as f:
print(“%s saved.” % link)
if sys.exitcode == 0: break # You are always able to recover the file with a valid link.

I hope it helps.


One of the methods I have seen here on how to download a pdf using python is to first get the last page of the pdf using
req = requests.get(”)
response = req.history.last

Now this needs to be made into a pdf for further work. The problem is that the Content-Disposition header is not the same as what you see in your browsers pdf download dialog. You would need to get that and use it in a separate step.
You would need to use the following to make the file (note – (WIDTH, HEIGHT) is the page size)
import PIL
from io import BytesIO
from pdfminer.pdfdocument import PDFDocument
import url

and the other one just have filename (no extension) like


and here is what i want to do

~/Downloads/TEST$ ls


I know i want to do something like this
for /f “tokens=2 delims=X ” %%I in ( ‘dir /b /s /a:-d -c “~/Downloads/*”‘) do (

echo “%%I”


which i can’t due to being a newbie


You can use powershell for that as well:
Get-ChildItem -Path “C:\path\to\directory” -Filter *.txt |
% {[io.file]::ReadAllText([io.file]::ReadAllText($_))}

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