A tuple is a collection of ordered objects. Tuple is an immutable object. Tuple is faster as compared to the list.
In Python, a tuple is created by placing all the elements inside parentheses (), separated by commas (,).
numbers = ('one', 'two', 'three') print(numbers)
|tuple(seq)||converts a list into a tuple|
|min(tuple)||returns item from the tuple with a minimum value|
|max(tuple)||returns item from the tuple with maximum value|
|len(tuple)||gives the total length of the tuple|
|cmp(tuple1, tuple2)||compares elements of both tuples|