Python urlparse Functions

EditRocket provides the following information on urlparse functions in the Python source code builder.

urldefrag(url) - If url contains a fragment identifier, returns a modified version of url with no fragment identifier, and the fragment identifier as a separate string.

urljoin(base, url[, allow_fragments]) - Construct a full (``absolute'') URL by combining a ``base URL'' (base) with another URL (url).

urlparse(urlstring[, default_scheme[, allow_fragments]]) - Parse a URL into six components, returning a 6-tuple.

urlsplit(urlstring[, default_scheme[, allow_fragments]]) - This is similar to urlparse(), but does not split the params from the URL.

urlunparse(parts) - Construct a URL from a tuple as returned by urlparse().

urlunsplit(parts) - Combine the elements of a tuple as returned by urlsplit() into a complete URL as a string.