Python examples could print results

It could be helpful for newbies if the Python example code printed out the results of an API call; for example

  documents=["White House", "hospital", "school"],
  query="the president"

The call to .search() succeeds silently, since we’re not catching and printing the result. A newbie might copy and paste the code, see no console activity when running it, and think there’s something wrong.

On the other hand, its up to us to really look at the code we’re running, and we should notice that there’s nothing being printed. But, for a day-1 new person, it might send them off into the weeds looking for a problem that doesn’t exist (“why isn’t my code running?”)