# param_get

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##### get the values of a URL's parameters

URLs can have parameters, taking the form of name=value, chained together with & symbols. param_get, when provided with a vector of URLs and a vector of parameter names, will generate a data.frame consisting of the values of each parameter for each URL.

##### Usage
param_get(urls, parameter_names)
url_parameters(urls, parameter_names)
##### Arguments
urls
a vector of URLs
parameter_names
a vector of parameter names
##### Value

a data.frame containing one column for each provided parameter name. Values that cannot be found within a particular URL are represented by an empty string.

##### See Also

url_parse for decomposing URLs into their constituent parts and param_set for inserting or modifying key/value pairs within a query string.

##### Aliases
• param_get
• url_parameter
• url_parameters
##### Examples
#A very simple example
url <- "https://google.com:80/foo.php?this_parameter=selfreferencing&hiphop=awesome"
parameter_values <- param_get(url, c("this_parameter","hiphop"))


Documentation reproduced from package urltools, version 1.4.0, License: MIT + file LICENSE

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