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Having a hard time to 'get' bing api search results in python

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This is my dilemma, Im trying to get the generated JSON file using the bing api search.

This is the code that Im executing from inside the shell: [1]

The port doesnt matter to me. Thoughts?

posted Jun 13, 2013 by anonymous

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It looks like the code is mistakenly interpreting 'user:AAAAAAAAA' as a port specifier instead of a username and password. Can you supply the credentials another way, perhaps in a header?

answer Jun 13, 2013 by anonymous
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> Web?Query=%27xbox%20one%27&

Do you really want to be sending in a %27 ( which is a [ ) vs maybe a %20 ( which is a space ) or even a %29 ( which is a ] )

Cross check your URL encoding is correct.

answer Jun 13, 2013 by anonymous
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