Thank you Christopher.
On Mar 12, 2018 09:10, "Christopher Mullins" <christopherrmull...@gmail.com>
> Could you please give some context when you reply, TIA
> Whoops, thanks for the reminder Mark.
> So what for the Request is used for then?
> In general when you see that something in Python starts with a capital
> letter, that indicates a class. Check out the relevant section of the PEP8
> coding style , this is a good reference to have on hand. (This
> generalization doesn't apply to builtin types which follow a separate
> convention, also outlined in  -- and of course there are a numerous
> This holds for your variable in question "request" which is an instance of
> the Request class. Check out  for more information on this. PyCharm
> tries to do its best but I've had this problem too. You can always open up
> a python REPL and look at the object yourself:
> >>> import flask
> >>> r = flask.Request
> >>> r
> <class 'flask.wrappers.Request'>
> >>> dir(r)
> and so on. When I'm working in python I like to keep one of these open
> for this purpose.
>  https://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0008/#class-names
>  http://flask.pocoo.org/docs/0.12/api/#incoming-request-data