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I'm working with Selenium in Python. I would like to get the .val() of an <select> element and check that it is what I expect.

This is my code:

def test_chart_renders_from_url(self):

    url = 'http://localhost:8000/analyse/'

    self.browser.get(url)

    org = driver.find_element_by_id('org')

    # Find the value of org?

How can I do this? The Selenium docs seem to have plenty about selecting elements but nothing about attributes.

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I assume you are looking for get_attribute(). An example is shown here as well

def test_chart_renders_from_url(self):

url = 'https://www.intellipaat.com'

self.browser.get(url)

org = driver.find_element_by_id('org')

# Find the value of org?

val = org.get_attribute("attribute name")

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