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Python Tuple: The Definitive Guide — CODEFATHER

The tuple is a basic Python data type. It’s important to understand it and to know how to use it. This tutorial will help you with that.

Python tuples are used to store an ordered sequence of values. Tuples are immutable, this means that the values in a tuple cannot be changed once the tuple is defined. The values in a tuple are comma-separated and they are surrounded by

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