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Emoji

Emoji for Python. This project was inspired by kyokomi.

Example

The entire set of Emoji codes as defined by the unicode consortium is supported in addition to a bunch of aliases. By default only the official list is enabled but doing emoji.emojize(use_aliases=True) enables both the full list and aliases.

>> import emoji
>> print(emoji.emojize('Python is :thumbs_up:'))
Python is 👍
>> print(emoji.emojize('Python is :thumbsup:', use_aliases=True))
Python is 👍
>> print(emoji.demojize('Python is 👍'))
Python is :thumbs_up:
>>> print(emoji.emojize("Python is fun :red_heart:"))
Python is fun>>> print(emoji.emojize("Python is fun :red_heart:",variant="emoji_type"))
Python is fun ❤️ #red heart, not black heart

Installation

Via pip:

$ pip install emoji --upgrade

From master branch:

$ git clone https://github.com/carpedm20/emoji.git
$ cd emoji
$ python setup.py install

Developing

$ git clone https://github.com/carpedm20/emoji.git
$ cd emoji
$ pip install -e .\[dev\]
$ nosetests

The utils/get-codes-from-unicode-consortium.py may help when updating unicode_codes.py but is not guaranteed to work. Generally speaking it scrapes a table on the Unicode Consortium's website with BeautifulSoup and prints the contents to stdout in a more useful format.

Link

Emoji Cheat Sheet

Official unicode list

Authors

Taehoon Kim / @carpedm20

Kevin Wurster / @geowurster

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