AttributeError: ‘dict’ object has no attribute ‘headers’ error occurs when you “try to access the headers attribute on a dictionary, but headers attribute does not exist in dictionaries.”
This error typically occurs in scenarios involving HTTP responses, where you may expect an object representing the response (such as an object from the requests library) but instead have a dictionary.
Here are some common scenarios and how to fix them:
Solution 1: Working with the requests Library
When using the requests library, the headers attribute is accessible on the response object, not a dictionary.
import requests response = requests.get('https://appdividend.com') headers = response.headers print(headers)
Solution 2: Check the object type
If you are not sure what type of object you’re dealing with, you can print its type to help diagnose the issue:
You can replace main_object with the variable name you are working with.
Investigate the error by printing the content of the object, and you will realize what is wrong with it.
I hope this will help you fix the error.