How to implement redis on Django

I am trying to implement Redis (redis_data = redis.Redis(host='localhost', port=6379, db=0) in Django. Here I am sharing the code. Anyone, please help me to write this code using the Redis server?

 def redis(request):
 if request.method == "GET":
     c = request.GET.get('c', '')
     p = request.GET.get('p', 2)
     l = request.GET.get('l', 20)
     if c and int(c) > 0:
       data = h.list(c, int(p), int(l))
       count = h.count(c)
       return sendResponse({'p': int(p), 'l': int(l), 'count': count, 'data': h.filter_fields(data)})
     return sendResponse(formatErrorResponse(err,  'required'))

Here is an example of how you can implement the Redis connection and use it in the Django view:

import redis

redis_data = redis.Redis(host='localhost', port=6379, db=0)

def redis_view(request):
    if request.method == "GET":
        c = request.GET.get('c', '')
        p = int(request.GET.get('p', 2))
        l = int(request.GET.get('l', 20))

        if c and c.isdigit() and c > 0:
            data = redis_data.lrange(c, p - 1, l - 1)
            count = redis_data.llen(c)
            return JsonResponse({'p': p, 'l': l, 'count': count, 'data': data})
        return JsonResponse({'error': 'Invalid input'})

Note: I've made some changes to the code, such as converting c to an integer, to ensure that the inputs are in the correct format. Also, make sure you have the redis library installed in your environment.

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