Use Emojis in Go

emoji  is a minimalistic emoji package for Go. It makes emoji usage easier. You don’t have to remember emoji names. Your IDE’s autocomplete feature handles it.

Usage

package main

import (
    "fmt"

    "github.com/enescakir/emoji"
)

func main() {
    fmt.Printf("Hello %v\n", emoji.WavingHand)
    fmt.Printf("I am %v from %v\n",
        emoji.ManTechnologist,
        emoji.FlagForTurkey,
    )
    fmt.Printf("Different skin tones.\n  default: %v light: %v dark: %v\n",
        emoji.ThumbsUp,
        emoji.OkHand.Tone(emoji.Light),
        emoji.CallMeHand.Tone(emoji.Dark),
    )
    fmt.Printf("Emojis with multiple skin tones.\n  both medium: %v light and dark: %v\n",
        emoji.PeopleHoldingHands.Tone(emoji.Medium),
        emoji.PeopleHoldingHands.Tone(emoji.Light, emoji.Dark),
    )
}

/* OUTPUT

    Hello 👋
    I am 👨‍💻 from 🇹🇷
    Different skin tones.
      default: 👍 light: 👌🏻 dark: 🤙🏿
    Emojis with multiple skin tones.
      both medium: 🧑🏽‍🤝‍🧑🏽 light and dark: 🧑🏻‍🤝‍🧑🏿

*/
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