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When invoked with no parameters, this method returns the network location for the URL defined in the object. The network location is a string composed of "user:password@host:port", where the user, password, and port may be omitted when not defined. When netloc is invoked with a parameter, the object's network location is defined to that value. Changes to the network location are reflected in the user, password, host, and port methods.

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