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Python

slurpee
slurpee
6,694 Points

what's the point of this stuff

@app.route('/add/<int:num1>/<int:num2>')
def add(num1, num2):
    return '{} + {} = {}'.format(num1, num2, num1 + num2)

Like what's even the point of this. Who's going type this in the url.

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
224,874 Points

This kind of URL is not likely to be typed into a browser address bar by a user. Instead, it's probably going to be a link created by a developer or generated by a server process or client script that appears on the page as a phrase, button, or image that the user just clicks on.