Python Tuple data type

  • The tuple is a collection that is ordered, unchangeable, and Allows duplicate members.
  • The tuples are written with round brackets.
  • The round brackets symbol is ( )
Once a tuple is created, we cannot change its values because  tuple is unchangeable.
Example

Create a Tuple

t=("amit", "sumit", "ravi")
print(t)

Output

(‘amit’, ‘sumit’, ‘ravi’)

How to Access Tuple Items

  • To access tuple items by using index numbers, inside square brackets.
Example

Create a Tuple

t=("amit", "sumit", "ravi")
print(t[2])

Output

ravi
To access tuple of a member by using for loop.
Example

Create a Tuple

t=("amit", "sumit", "ravi")
for i in t:
 print(i)

Output

amit
sumit
ravi

Check if control statement in tuple

  • Using in keywords to determine if a specified item is present in a tuple.
Example

Create a Tuple

t=("amit", "sumit", "ravi")
if "sumit" in t:
 print("Yes, 'sumit' is found in tuple")
else:
 print("No, 'sumit' is found in tuple")

Output

Yes, ‘sumit’ is found in tuple
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