Python tuple() Function
Python tuple() function is used to create a tuple object.
Iterable: It is a sequence, collection, or an iterator object.
It returns a tuple.
Python tuple() Function Example 1
The below example creates tuple using tuple().
t1= () t2= (1, 6, 9) t1= ('J', 'a', 'v', 'a') t1= (4, 5)
Explanation: In the above example, we have taken an empty tuple named as t1 which returns empty values.
In the second case, we have created a tuple from a list, i.e., t2 which return its values.
In the third case, we have created a tuple from the string which returns the string values.
In the fourth case, we have created a tuple from the dictionary, which returns its values.