To create a Python Easter egg, you can add a hidden feature or message to your Python code that is triggered by a secret input or sequence of inputs. Here’s an example of how to create a simple Python Easter egg:
import sys def easter_egg(): """ Prints a secret message """ print("Congratulations! You found the Easter egg!") sys.exit(0) # main program print("Welcome to the program.") while True: command = input("Enter a command: ") if command == "easter egg": easter_egg() else: print("Invalid command.")
In this example, we define a function called
easter_egg() that prints a secret message and exits the program using the
We create a main program that prompts the user for input using the
input() function in a while loop. If the user enters the command “easter egg”, we call the
easter_egg() function. Otherwise, we print an error message.
To trigger the Easter egg, the user must enter the secret command “easter egg” at the prompt. If they do, the program prints the secret message and exits.
Note that this is just a basic example of how to create a Python Easter egg. You can customize the code to suit your specific needs, such as adding additional Easter eggs or providing more complex functionality for handling the secret input or sequence of inputs.