hi, in regular IDE it should not be a problem to insert emojis by keyboard or copy paste most characters. In playground, you need to put some code on top of the file to avoid error messages during execution:
sys.stdout = codecs.getwriter('utf_16')(sys.stdout.buffer, 'strict')
Individual chars can also be placed like this:
to know which character has which code, you can use a unicode app, most of them are free of cost.
There is module :
Install it by:
pip install emoji
To start using it in program:
from emoji import emojize
Here, in sololearn will not work tho.
If you want to show like those here:
from sys... encode utf-16... i forgot the code actually need to see.