Django MultiValueDictKeyError error, how do I deal with it

Django MultiValueDictKeyError error, how do I deal with it


Django MultiValueDictKeyError error, how do I deal with it:- 


1. Try This:-

Use the MultiValueDict’s get method. This is also present on standard dicts and is a way to fetch a value while providing a default if it does not exist.

is_private = request.POST.get(‘is_private’, False)

Generally,

my_var = dict.get(<key>, <default>)

2. Try This:- 

Choose what is best for you:

1.

is_private = request.POST.get(‘is_private’, False);
If is_private key is present in request.POST the is_private variable will be equal to it, if not, then it will be equal to False.

2.
if ‘is_private’ in request.POST:
is_private = request.POST[‘is_private’]
else:
is_private = False

3.
from django.utils.datastructures import MultiValueDictKeyError
try:
is_private = request.POST[‘is_private’]
except MultiValueDictKeyError:
is_private = False


Django MultiValueDictKeyError error, how do I deal with it

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