Python. Extract random object from a list

Question:

The problem is that I have a list "l" from which I want to select a random item several times without repeating it, and I don't know how to do it. Any suggestion?

import random

l = ["a", "b", "c", "d"]

sel1 = random.choice(l)

So far so good, but now I want to define a "sel2" that is a random element of "l" but different from "sel1" . And thus be able to continue defining a "sel3" different from "sel1" and "sel2" .

Thanks in advance =)

Answer:

You could take another approach to your problem: why not unscramble the list and remove each item from it?

The shuffle function allows you to shuffle the items in a list. Look at this example:

from random import shuffle

list = ["a", "b", "c", "d"]
shuffle(list) # list -> ["c", "a", "d", "b"]

sel1 = list[0] # "c"
sel2 = list[1] # "a"
....

Greetings.

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