from bs4 import BeautifulSoup import requests URL = 'https://google.com/' content = requests.get(URL) soup = BeautifulSoup(content.text, 'html.parser') print(soup.text) #This code will print the website content of google #You can change the website by editing the URL inside the variable named 'URL'
Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. It is importing the BeautifulSoup and requests libraries.
2. It is creating a variable named URL and assigning the value ‘https://google.com/’ to it.
3. It is creating a variable named content and assigning the value of the website content to it.
4. It is creating a variable named soup and assigning the value of the parsed content to it.
5. It is printing the parsed content.