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gyptazy » Thanks a lot! Fun fact, just needed something like this today. But there may be some black box & minimal systems where parsing the json output requires more parsing with grep, awk etc.

Therefore, I just created a PR ( which will return just the raw IP by requesting the context path /raw. So you can directly use it in shell scripts like:

ipv4=$(curl -4
ipv6=$(curl -6