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What Is A Tuple In Python?

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A tuple is a collection type data structure in Python which is immutable.

They are similar to sequences, just like the lists. However, There are some differences between a tuple and list; the former doesn’t allow modifications whereas the list does.

Also, the tuples use parentheses for enclosing, but the lists have square brackets in their syntax.
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