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Python 3 package for hashing strings to emojis.

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Hash (unicode) strings to emoji(s). You can set the length.

Importing is as easy as from pymojihash import hash_to_emoji! hash_to_emoji() is the wonderful hashing function.

In this example a string is hashed to a single emoji:
>>> hash_to_emoji('lol')
There is a limited number of emojis outputs (see: emojis.json in this package) so if you increase the hash_length the less likely youa re to encounter different values which produce the same output/hash/emoji(s):
>>> hash_to_emoji('lol', 4)
>>> hash_to_emoji('lol', 2)
>>> hash_to_emoji('heck', 2)
You can also exclude the flag emojis like this:
>>> hash_to_emoji('heck')
>>> hash_to_emoji('heck', no_flags=True)

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