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A tuple is a sequence of values. The values can be any type, and they are indexed byintegers, so in that respect tuples are a lot like lists. The important difference is that tuplesare immutable
- A tuple is a sequence of values. The values can be any type, and they are indexed by integers, so in that respect tuples are a lot like lists. The important difference is that tuples are immutable.
- Strictly speaking, a function can only return one value, but if the value is a tuple, the effect is the same as returning multiple values.
- Dictionaries have a method called items that returns a sequence of tuples, where each tuple is a key-value pair.
- zip object:The result of calling a built-in function zip; an object that iterates through a sequence of tuples
- .iterator:An object that can iterate through a sequence, but which does not provide list operators and methods.
- data structure:A collection of related values, often organized in lists, dictionaries, tuples,