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I have a question regarding the article "Codable networking with Combine" https://www.hackingwithswift.com/plus/networking/codable-networking-with-combineI.

In the example, you discard the response object and decode the data. How would you go about keeping the response instead?

For example, suppose you had to get a link header that you will use to make another request later on, or maybe you want to check the status code to figure out if you should run the request again.


I didn't get your question. Kindly explain your question in detail as the article you have mentioned can not be opened now.

May be I can track your problem and help.


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