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playground to test code. It runs a full
Node.js environment and already has all of
npm’s 400,000 packages pre-installed, including
pengins with all
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BASED ON CAT-ME WHICH I DID NOT WRITE THAT'S OVER AT HTTPS://GITHUB.COM/COLEWW/CAT-ME I RECOMMEND IT IF YOU LIKE CATS
var penguin = require('pengins') penguin() // => returns a random penguin _ (^v^) //-=-\\ (\_=_/) ^^ ^^ penguin('bebe') // => returns bebe pengin |\__ |\___ (:> __)X (:o ___( |/ |/
npm i pengins -g pengin
you could even try
pengin -h which might tell you things. or
pengin -p which might provide you a nice list of all the pengins. you could just go right for
pengin tux, too, if you really wanted.
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All credit to cat-me. I just made it better. (Because pengins.)