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passing information from html to python script

You need to run a Python web server. A simple way to do this is by installing the Flask library. For example:

from flask import Flask, request
app = Flask(__name__)

@app.route('/runscript', methods=['POST'])
def my_script():
    lat = request.form.get('lat')
    lon = request.form.get('lon')
    return "You submitted: lat=%s long=%s" %

if __name__ == '__main__':

Now run the web server from the command line:

$ python
 * Running on

You can submit POST requests to to see the result. I just submitted a request from the command line using curl:

$ curl -X POST --data "lat=1&lon=2"
You submitted: lat=1 long=2

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