choice() is an inbuilt function in Python programming language that returns a random item from a list, tuple, or string.
random.choice(sequence) Parameters: sequence is a mandatory parameter that can be a list, tuple, or string. Returns: The choice() returns a random item.
Note:We have to import random to use choice() method.
Below is the Python3 implementation of the above approach:
The output every-time will be different as the system returns a random item.
Print any random number 5 times from a given list.
The output changes every time as choice() function is used.
1 4 1 5 7
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