In Python applications, you may need to interact with a Redis server for various reasons such as caching, message queuing, or simply to use it as a NoSQL database. Redis has numerous commands that allow you to manipulate and retrieve data. A common need is to get a list of all available Redis commands.
In Python, you can use the
redis-py library to work with Redis. Here's how you can get a list of all commands:
This code connects to the local Redis server, executes the 'COMMAND' command which returns detailed information about all Redis commands, and then prints out the names of these commands.
Q: Can I get a list of commands for a specific Redis version?
A: Yes, you can use the 'COMMAND INFO' command followed by the command names. If a command does not exist in the version of Redis you're using, it will return an empty list for that command.