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  • requests

    Discontinued A simple, yet elegant HTTP library. [Moved to: https://github.com/psf/requests] (by kennethreitz)

  • requests: an easy-to-use HTTP client.

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  • official_joke_api

    Official Joke API!

  • We will build a Twitter bot. The Twitter bot is going to fetch a random joke using the official joke API. We will also add a feature that lets a user specify the list of hashtags to include in each tweet.

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