FAQs: Different arguments of Request.request() in python

As suggested in the byte itself, The API can be divided into parts, i.e. headers, params, query parameters, payload, etc.

So while coding your way to call the API, You need not make the complete URL in a string and put it as an argument in Requests.Request() because that will be a very lengthy and time-consuming process, instead we can define these parameters beforehand,
for eg

import requests

url = 'http://192.168.3.45:8080/api/v2/event/log'

data = {"eventType": "AAS_PORTAL_START", "data": {"uid": "hfe3hf45huf33545", "aid": "1", "vid": "1"}}
params = {'sessionKey': '9ebbd0b25760557393a43064a92bae539d962103', 'format': 'xml', 'platformId': 1}

requests.post(url, params=params, json=data)

here, URL is the API endpoint
data is the data that needs to be posted since it’s a post request
and params are the parameters to be passed which act as information for the API to interpret and act according to the sender’s wish.