This is less likely to get help than the node you messily copied and pasted it from.
My recommendation is to think up an actual programming question relating to the code you are presenting. Something along the lines of:
I'm trying to scrape a website. The following minimal code snippet is failing to produce the output I was expecting. I was expecting xyz, but instead I'm getting abc, plus an explosion of shards of solidified lava. I think the problem is with the pdq statement, but when I tried lmnop I got hot molten lava instead. How should I rewrite the thingamagizzer so that it would produce xyz rather than abc and hot lava?
(Fill in the variables and problem description as necessary to reflect the current situation)
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