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Before installing, download and install Node.js. Node.js 0.10 or higher is required.
npm i -S get-all-emoji
const getEmoji = require("get-all-emoji"); console.log(getEmoji("happy")); or; var q = getEmoji("family_one_girl");
Simply take the name of any emoji from more than 1800 emojis present, and pass it as a parametere as shown in above example.
You'll find the name of emoji from the links present below, which are encoded, and you can replace it instead of happy in above diagram.
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