- Very similar to lists
- Tuples are immutable, so that means they can't be change the values.
- We use parenthesis instead of brackets.
- Tuple will be separated by commas.
- Tuples have heterogeneous elements, so they can be from any type. example:
>>> myTuple = ('text', 2, a['1',0,'blah']) >>> myTuple ('text', 2, a['1',0,'blah'])
- We can omit the wrapping delimiters