An example of random.choice() in Python: Here, we will figure out how to plan a capacity that can be utilized as one-sided dice toss and the capacity will restore an arbitrary worth?

Here, we are going to fabricate a biaseddice() work utilizing python. The program is so basic as an initial program and like the capacity dice() for characterizing a capacity. The capacity is going to utilize an inbuilt library naming irregular(). This irregular python library causes us to pick an arbitrary estimation of the variable inside the range or take some irregular incentive from a given set.

```
random.choice([1,2,3,4,4,4,5,6,6,6])
```

The above capacity will pick an arbitrary incentive with the likelihood of:

```
DICE FACE = PROBABILITY OF OCCURRENCE
- 1 = 0.1
- 2 = 0.1
- 3 = 0.1
- 4 = 0.3
- 5 = 0.1
- 6 = 0.3
```

Every individual from the set have equivalent likelihood to get terminated when **random.choice()** work is called and if a part is available on numerous occasions in the set, its likelihood increments also.

### Here’s the code:

```
import random
# function to return the randon value
# on biased dice roll
def biaseddice():
return random.choice([1,2,3,4,4,4,5,6,6,6])
# main code i.e. calling the function
print('DICE THREW : ', biaseddice())
print('DICE THREW : ', biaseddice())
print('DICE THREW : ', biaseddice())
print('DICE THREW : ', biaseddice())
print('DICE THREW : ', biaseddice())
print('DICE THREW : ', biaseddice())
print('DICE THREW : ', biaseddice())
print('DICE THREW : ', biaseddice())
print('DICE THREW : ', biaseddice())
print('DICE THREW : ', biaseddice())
```

### Output:

```
DICE THREW : 6
DICE THREW : 4
DICE THREW : 5
DICE THREW : 6
DICE THREW : 2
DICE THREW : 2
DICE THREW : 6
DICE THREW : 4
DICE THREW : 4
DICE THREW : 3
```