Does making two consecutive calls of random.choice(foo) return two different results

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Does making two consecutive calls of random.choice(foo) return two different results
May 28 in Python by Ninja
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Each choice is random, so it can return two different results, but depending on the start seed, it's not guaranteed. If you want to select n distinct random elements from a list, list, use random.sample(list, n)
answered May 28 by Akaya

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