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Beautiful Soup | has_attr method

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Beautiful Soup's has_attr(~) method returns a Boolean indicating whether an element contains a specific attribute.

Examples

Consider the following HTML:

my_html = """
<p id="person_one">Alex</p>
<p id="person_two">Bob</p>
<p id="person_three">Cathy</p>
"""

soup = BeautifulSoup(my_html)

To check whether the first <p> tag has an id attribute:

soup.find("p").has_attr("id")
True

To check whether the first <p> tag has an age attribute:

soup.find("p").has_attr("age")
False
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