Remove comma from tuples in python.

Mark Lawrence breamoreboy at yahoo.co.uk
Fri Feb 21 15:02:33 CET 2014


On 21/02/2014 08:27, Gary Herron wrote:
>
> A bit of notation, because I''m not sure we are communicating well here:
>    A tuple is a Python data structure.  It has no commas or
> parentheses.   The *printing* of a Python tuple uses both for it's
> appearance on the output, but the tuple itself has no such thing.
>

 >>> a = 1,2,3
 >>> type(a)
<class 'tuple'>

I see commas and a tuple above but I don't see a print.

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Mark Lawrence

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