Application program interface (API):

I wonder if you can get a token on Reddit with permanent access for personal use?
I’ll just use the app.

For users, the access mark expires within one hour.

With the information below about my client I try to get an access pass. (The message window displays error 401).

When the user receives a token, press the Allow button in the browser. It is very well described here. https://github.com/reddit/reddit/wiki/OAuth2
This is NOT what I need. I need an access pass that can only be used with a code. Is it possible?

Request stringUrl = https://ssl.reddit.com/api/v1/access_token;

RestSharp.RestClient rc = new RestSharp.RestClient();
RestSharp.RestRequest request = new RestSharp.RestRequest(requestUrl, RestSharp.Method.POST);
Request.Add header(Content-Type, application/json);
//Request.Add header(Authorization, ); // ?
Request.addHeader(format x-li, json) ;

request.AddParameter(client_id, abcdefg);
request.AddParameter(secret_client, abc123-456);
request.AddParameter(grant_type, abc123-456);
request.AddParameter(scope, identity);
request.AddParameter(state, adhasegw); // all values
request.AddParameter(duration, permanent);
request.AddParameter(redirect_uri, http://mywebsite.co) ;

Request.RequestFormat = RestSharp.DataFormat.Json ;

RestSharp.RestResponse restResponse = (RestSharp.RestResponse)rc.Execute(Request);
RestSharp.ResponseStatus responseStatus = restResponse.ResponseStatus ;

MessageBox.Show.restAnswer.Content.ToString() + , + AnswerStatus.ToString() ;

How do I solve my API problem?

Decision No 1:

You cannot get a token for permanent access at this time. You have two options that are close together.

The first is a request for a replacement coin when using the standard authentic wire. To do this, send the duration as a constant in your code. An update token can be used to automatically obtain new access points for 1 hour without user intervention; the only manual action is the initial extraction of the update token.

The second option, which only applies when writing a script for personal use, is the use of the password assignment type. The steps are described in more detail on the OAuth Quick Start Reddita wiki page, but I will summarise them here:

  1. Create an OAuth client (at https://www.reddit.com/prefs/apps) with type = script.
  2. Make a request to https://www.reddit.com/api/v1/access_token with the POST parameters grant_type=password&username=&password=. Send your client ID and secret as primary HTTP authentication. must be registered as the developer of the OAuth 2 client ID you send.

Decision No 2:

Client_ID and Secret_Client can be generated for the Rededit account by going to https://www.reddit.com/prefs/apps and selecting the :

Screenshot of reddit.com/prefs/apps

The part I hid was my client.

You can then use a client as a shrimp to access reddit, for example with Python :

import praw
r = praw.Reddit(client_id= ‘insert id here’,
client_secret= ‘insert secret here’,
user_agent= ‘insert user agent’)
page = r.subreddit(‘aww’)
top_posts = page.hot(limit=None)
for top_posts :
print(post.title, post.ups) message.

You can use your browser’s current user agent, which is, among other things, easy to find through Google’s search for my user agent.

Good luck!

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