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This is a Kaomoji library for Python for Japanese.

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py-kaomoji

Kaomoji library for Python

What's py-kaomoji

This is a Kaomoji library for Python for Japanese. You can find some cute kaomojis.

Getting started

Install with pip.

pip install py-kaomoji

How to use

Let's start with importing kaomoji library.

from kaomoji import kaomoji

You can get a random kaomoji string with kao().

kao = kaomoji.Kaomoji()
kao()
> '(ヾノヾノヾノヾノヾノ・ω・`)ヾノジェットストリームナイナイ'

Or, you can get several random kaomojis with random_kaomoji().

kao.random_kaomoji(n=3)
> 'ピース(≧▽≦)v ⊂⌒っ´ーωー)っ.。o○ (⊃д∩)'

You can also specify your kaomoji emotion.

kao.kaomoji("たのしい")
> "たのしい!✌('ω'✌ )三✌('ω')✌三( ✌'ω')✌"

The list of emotions you can express can be found with get_kao_list().

kao.get_kao_list()
> 'あおり',
> 'あげ',
> 'あせ',
> 'あたふた',
> ...

If you feel like you need a party, you can run super_kaomoji().

kao.super_kaomoji()
> 'てへぺろ!(*ゝωб) (((o(*゚▽゚*)o))) (´っω-).。oO ・゚・(ノд<)・゚・ ウェ―ン (〃l _ l) ヽ(。ゝω・)ノ (>ヮ<*) =͟͟͞͞ (¦3[▓▓]'

If you don't think it's good enough, then just get all_kaomoji().

kao.all_kaomoji()
> !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

License

This sample code is licensed under the MIT License.

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