Python Create a Tuple with Example
A tuple is a collection of immutable and ordered Python objects. It can hold elements of any arbitrary data type (integer, string, float, list, etc.). The difference between the two is that we cannot change the elements of a tuple whereas we can change the elements of a list.
A tuple can be created by putting different comma-separated values between parentheses(). You can also create a tuple without putting items in parentheses too.
# empty tuple empty_tuple = () print(empty_tuple) # without parentheses wp_tuple = ('python', 'shouts') print(wp_tuple) # without parentheses wop_tuple = 'python', 'shouts' print(wop_tuple) # different datatypes ddt_tuple = (1.5, "Hi", 3, -10) print(ddt_tuple) # nested nested_tuple = ("Hello", [1, 2, 3], (1, 5, 7)) print(nested_tuple)
() ('python', 'shouts') ('python', 'shouts') (1.5, 'Hi', 3, -10) ('Hello', [1, 2, 3], (1, 5, 7))
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