Python Tuple Primer Tutorial

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Python Tuple Primer Tutorial ... //www.python.org/

In this tutorial we examine the Python data structure called tuple. Tuples are interesting in that different base data types that can’t cohabit an array can be part of a tuple. This tutorial builds on the Python Primer Tutorial of previous times, presented below. Let’s see immediately below what Wikipedia says about the very interesting Python programming language.

Python is a programming language that lets you work more quickly and integrate your systems more effectively. You can learn to use Python and see almost immediate gains in productivity and lower maintenance costs.

In this primer tutorial you can see some tuple usage in Python for a Linux Bash session via the Mac laptop application Terminal.

Here is another Python tutorial called Python Processing Directory Filespec Primer Tutorial.

Link to downloadable Python programming source code which can be renamed to tupletut.py here.

Link to downloadable supervisory shell script programming source code which can be renamed to tupletut.sh created at command line using vi tupletut.sh (vi can be scary until you realize no matter how little you know, at the end you can go wq! to save and clobber (or q! to just quit), and that <esc>: are your very big friends, in getting back to the : prompt, (very) often) and then went chmod 777 tupletut.sh and then to execute from the command line went ./tupletut.sh

Link to Python website … Home of Python … where quote up the top resides
Link to a very useful Python tuple tutorial which helped with this tutorial, so, thanks … Useful Python tuple tutorial
Link to Python jobs done … Python jobs done … personal experience
And yes, it’s true … the language name is a fond reference to Monty Python


Previous Python Primer Tutorial is shown below.

Python Primer Tutorial ... //www.python.org/

Python Primer Tutorial ... //www.python.org/

Have you heard of Python?

Python is a programming language that lets you work more quickly and integrate your systems more effectively. You can learn to use Python and see almost immediate gains in productivity and lower maintenance costs.

Have used it for Games Programming and it is great at parsing XML via the SAX API.

Python has some really interesting data structures such as tuples, lists, sets, dictionaries for instance … read more here.

In this primer tutorial you can see some snapshots showing examples of use.

Here is another Python tutorial called Python Processing Directory Filespec Primer Tutorial.

Link to Python website … Home of Python … where quote up the top resides
Link to Python jobs done … Python jobs done … personal experience
And yes, it’s true … the language name is a fond reference to Monty Python


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