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Introduction
Tuple basics
Tuples in functions
Summary
13. Summary

Instruction

It's time to wrap things up! First, let's have a quick review of what we've learned:

1. Tuples may or may not be defined with parentheses, but they require commas:

sample_tuple = 1, 2, 3
another_tuple = (1, 2, 3)

2. To access an element or a few of them, use square brackets:

sample_tuple[1]
sample_tuple[:2]

3. To iterate over a tuple, use a for loop:

for item in sample_tuple:
4. To check if a tuple contains an element, use the in operator:

if item in sample_tuple:
5. You can unpack a tuple into a group of variables:

number_one, number_two, number_three = sample_tuple
6. You can return tuples from functions and precede a function parameter with an asterisk (*) if you want to allow a varying number of arguments:

def function_name(*args):

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Exercise

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