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# Tuples in Python Tuples are one of the core data structures in Python. They are a set of comma-separated values enclosed in parentheses. Tuples are immutable, meaning they cannot be changed. This allows them to be used as keys in dictionaries, since keys in dictionaries must be immutable. They can store any type of data, including integers, strings, and objects. Tuples are very similar to lists, but they are different in a few key ways. Tuples are enclosed in parentheses instead of square brackets, and they are immutable, meaning they cannot be changed. This makes them more efficient than lists, since they don't need to be re-allocated when items are added or removed. They are also faster to access than lists, since they don't need to be searched for the desired item. Tuples are also useful for data integrity. Since tuples are immutable, their contents can't be changed. This makes them a great choice for storing values that should never change, such as constants or configuration settings. Tuples can also be used to return multiple values from a function. This is a great way to save time and resources, since the function only needs to return one value instead of multiple values. Overall, tuples are a great way to store data in Python. They are efficient, immutable, and can be used to store any type of data.

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: Tuples are data structures in Python that are used to store a sequence of immutable objects. They are similar to lists, but unlike lists, tuples are immutable which means they cannot be changed once created. Tuples are often used to store related pieces of information that do not need to be changed. A sample code for creating a tuple in Python is as follows: # create a tuple my_tuple = ("apple", "banana", "cherry") # print the tuple print(my_tuple) # access an element of the tuple print(my_tuple[1]) # prints "banana"