The main problem with heads or tails is that it’s an unreliable way to choose a random number. If you’re trying to choose a number between 1 and 100, for example, heads or tails will only give you a chance of getting either heads or tails. This means that if you’re choosing a number at random, there’s a chance that you’ll get the same result twice in a row.

def flip_coin(): import random result = random.randint(0,1) if result == 0: print("Heads") else: print("Tails")

This code defines a function called “flip_coin” which will flip a coin and print out whether it is heads or tails.

The first line imports the “random” library which will be used to generate a random number.

The second line generates a random integer between 0 and 1. If the result is 0, it will print “Heads”. If the result is 1, it will print “Tails”.

## head()

The head() function in Python returns the first element of a list, tuple, or string.

## tails()

The tails() function returns the last n elements of a list.