[Tutor] Tuple (Section 9.3)
Hugo González Monteverde
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Tue Apr 11 22:44:00 CEST 2006
I might have to do a little guessing and see what is not clear from the
The whole point of returning a tuple as opposed to, say, returning a
list, is the fact that tuples are NON mutable. That is, *apparently*
you would not be returning a reference, but the values themselves.
There is no better example I can think of, than the one you already
read. If you want a function tu return multiple parameters so that you
ret1, ret2 = func()
then have func return a tuple. That's the whole point of the chapter you
Maybe there is too much information in the discussion that does not look
useful to you if you have not run into a problem where you need it.
I hope this is not some kind of homework :)
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