Why is `submission.permalink` with PRAW working - even if I can't find anything about this attribute in the source code?

Why is `submission.permalink` with PRAW working - even if I can't find anything about this attribute in the source code?

By : Thong 99
Date : November 21 2020, 03:00 PM
wish helps you PRAW dynamically provides the attributes that Reddit returns via the API. Because those attributes are subject to change on Reddit's end, PRAW makes no effort to document them, other than to instruct you on how to discover what is available:
code :

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How to detect whether a submission on Reddit is a self post using PRAW?

How to detect whether a submission on Reddit is a self post using PRAW?

By : JS Barak
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you All of the attributes listed in the json data of the following URL are available as attributes:
How do you get the url from Submission object in PRAW?

How do you get the url from Submission object in PRAW?

By : Harshit Rai
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. submission.shortlink (previously .short_link) is what you're looking for, if submission.permalink wasn't good enough.
code :
reddit = praw.Reddit("Amos")
submission = reddit.get_submission(submission_id="XYZ")
print submission.permalink
>>> www.reddit.com/r/subreddit/comments/XYZ
PRAW: Get limited amount of new comments from submission

PRAW: Get limited amount of new comments from submission

By : krishanthi
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine I'm attempting to write code to store a variable amount of new comments from a post submission to a file. My code in its current form works, but it always returns the same comments. In other words, I can run it hours apart and the newer comments will not show. I tried following this page and various other sites, and can't find any information on this. , The answer was something simple:
code :
post.comment_sort = 'new'
PRAW 6: Get all submission of a subreddit

PRAW 6: Get all submission of a subreddit

By : crolfe
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue Unfortunately, Reddit removed this function from their API.
Check out the PRAW changelog. One of the changes in version 6.0.0 is:
code :
How to query the latest submission by time in praw?

How to query the latest submission by time in praw?

By : Andrew
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you I don't think there is a way to do this simply, but something like this should work. It will find the age of each post in minutes and check if it is less than 5. Then process the post only if it is.
code :
import time

SUBMISSION_LIMIT = 10 # some number more than the number of posts every 5 minutes
for submission in reddit.subreddit('movies').new(limit=SUBMISSION_LIMIT):
    minutes_since_post = (time.time() - submission.created_utc) / 60
    if minutes_since_post < 5:
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