Python code to read expiry details for Futures from NSE
# Get all get possible expiry date details for the given script def get_expiry_from_future_list (symbol): # Base url page for the symbole with default expiry date Base_url = "https://www.nseindia.com/live_market/dynaContent/live_watch/fomwatchsymbol.jsp?key=" + symbol + "&Fut_Opt=Futures" # Load the page and sent to HTML parse page = requests.get(Base_url) soup = BeautifulSoup(page.content, 'html.parser') table_cls_2 = soup.find(id="tab26Content") req_row = table_cls_2.find_all('tr') expiry_list =  for row_number, tr_nos in enumerate(req_row): # This ensures that we use only the rows with values if row_number <= 0 or row_number == len(req_row): continue td_columns = tr_nos.find_all('td') expiry = BeautifulSoup(str(td_columns), 'html.parser').get_text() expiry_list.append(expiry) return expiry_list
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