In this article, you’ll learn how to generate random jokes using python
Install Necessary Modules:
pip install pyjokes
pyjokes is a python library for one line jokes for programmers (jokes as a service). You can get a funny one-liners, mostly related to programming. This is a fun python library. It returns a random joke from the given category in the given language.
Supported Languages By Pyjokes
- English – ‘en’
- Spanish – ‘es’
- Italian – ‘it’
- German – ‘de’
- Galician – ‘gl’
- Basque – ‘eu’
Categories Included In Pyjokes
- For geeky jokes -’neutral’ (It is chosen by default)
- For Chris Norris Jokes – ‘chuck’.
- If you want all type of jokes – ‘all’
- There is one more category known as ‘twister’ which only works for the German Language (‘de’) and mostly includes tongue twister.
Once Installed now we can import it inside our python code.
There are two methods in
Method 1: get_joke()
- Function: It only returns one joke at a time. It is generated randomly.
- Parameters: It has two parameters-
- Return Type: It returns string type (str).
Method 2: get_jokes()
- Function: It returns a list of jokes.
- Parameters: The parameters are the same as above-
- Return Type: It returns a list.
''' Python Program to Generate Random Jokes ''' # Import the necessary package import pyjokes # Fetch the joke joke1 = pyjokes.get_joke(language="en", category="all") # Display the joke print(joke1,"\n") # Different category joke2 = pyjokes.get_joke(language="en", category="neutral") # Display the joke print(joke2,"\n") # Fetch multiple jokes jokes = pyjokes.get_jokes(language="en", category="neutral") for i in range(5): print(i+1,".",jokes[i],"\n")
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