Sunday, January 16, 2011

tweepy (twitter API) User object structure

1. tweepy User object has following fields.

'follow_request_sent': False,
'profile_use_background_image': True,
'id': 132728535,
'_api': ,
'verified': False,
'profile_sidebar_fill_color': 'C0DFEC',
'profile_text_color': '333333',
'followers_count': 80,
'protected': False,
'location': 'Seoul Korea',
'profile_background_color': '022330',
'id_str': '132728535',
'utc_offset': 32400,
'statuses_count': 742,
'description': "Cars, Musics, Games, Electronics, toys, food, etc... I'm just a typical boy!",
'friends_count': 133,
'profile_link_color': '0084B4',
'profile_image_url': '',
'notifications': False,
'show_all_inline_media': False,
'geo_enabled': True,
'profile_background_image_url': '',
'screen_name': 'jaeeeee',
'lang': 'en',
'following': True,
'profile_background_tile': False,
'favourites_count': 2,
'name': 'Jae Jung Chung',
'url': '',
'created_at': datetime.datetime(2010, 4, 14, 1, 20, 45),
'contributors_enabled': False,
'time_zone': 'Seoul',
'profile_sidebar_border_color': 'a8c7f7',
'is_translator': False,
'listed_count': 2


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