One of the most common tasks that requires random action is selecting one item from a group, be it a character from a string, unicode, or buffer, a byte from a bytearray, or an item from a list, tuple, or xrange. It’s also common to want a sample of more than one item.
Don’t do this when randomly selecting an element
A naive approach to these tasks involves something like the following; to select a single item, you would use randrange (or randint) from the random module, which generates a pseudo-random integer from the range indicated by its arguments:
import random items = ['here', 'are', 'some', 'strings', 'of',