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A Tuple is a comma-separated collection of Python objects. In terms of indexing, nested objects, and repetition, a tuple is comparable to a list, but a tuple is immutable, whereas lists are mutable.

Tuples are a powerful data structure in Python. Tuples can be used to store a collection of values, just like a list. Unlike a list, tuples cannot contain other tuples or other mutable objects such as lists and dictionaries. One advantage of using tuples is that they are immutable, which means you can't change the values stored in them.

Python tuples are a compound data type, just like lists or dictionaries. They are immutable sequences of objects that cannot be modified once created. Tuples can store any type of object in them, including other tuples.

The tuple is a data type in Python consisting of an arbitrary number of items. The data types can be any combination of objects, but they are always stored as list-like structures. Tuples come in handy when you want to return more than one value from a function without using explicit return statements.

A tuple is an immutable sequence of values. Tuples are different than lists in that tuples are written (i.e., built) with parentheses, while lists are written with square brackets. A tuple can be defined using the following syntax:

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