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Programming basics[1]

A tuple is a data structure that is an immutable, or unchangeable, ordered sequence of elements. Because tuples are immutable, their values cannot be modified.[2]

As a general rule, tuples use less memory than a list or array.

Tuples allows for slicing and indexing like lists, but do not have methods for deleting or changing any elements.


# creating a tuple 
mySiblings = ('Susan', 'James', 'Bryan')

# accessing an element within a tuple:


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