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Nitin Reddy
Nitin Reddy

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Learn Python #8 - Let's do Tuple...🐍

Tuples πŸ’‘

Tuple in Python is a collection that is ordered, and unchangeable.

Find an element by index πŸ’‘

You can find an element in the tuple by index

new_tuple=(1,"b",False)
print(new_tuple[0]) //1
print(new_tuple[1]) //"b"
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Ordered πŸ’‘

The tuple is an ordered collection. The order can not be changed.

Unchangeable πŸ’‘

Once defined, the tuple cannot be changed. But we can do some work around to update the tuple by leveraging list.

new_tuple = (1,"b")
updated_tuple = list(new_tuple)
updated_tuple[1] = "c"
new_tuple = tuple(updated_tuple)
print(new_tuple) // (1,"c")
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Access the elements πŸ’‘

Items in a tuple can be accessed with a negative index as well.

new_tuple=(1,2,3,"a", False)
new_tuple[-1] //False
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Conclusion πŸ“—

There are more posts on the way related to the tuples...So keep reading.

Thanks in advance for reading this article...πŸš€

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