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Python | empty tuple: Here, we are going to learn how to create an empty tuple in Python programming language?
Submitted by IncludeHelp, on April 08, 2020

Python | empty tuple

In python, we can also create a tuple without having any element. An empty tuple is created using a pair of round brackets, ().

Syntax:

    tuple_name = ()

Example 1:

# Python empty tuple creation`
tuple1 = () 

# printing tuple 
print("tuple1: ", tuple1)
# printing length
print("len(tuple1): ", len(tuple1))
# printing type
print("type(tuple1): ", type(tuple1))

Output

tuple1:  ()
len(tuple1):  0
type(tuple1):  <class 'tuple'>

Example 2:

We can also create an empty tuple by initializing the tuple with tuple() – generally this method is used to clear/reinitialize the tuple.

# Python empty tuple creation`
tuple1 = tuple() 

# printing tuple 
print("tuple1: ", tuple1)
# printing length
print("len(tuple1): ", len(tuple1))
# printing type
print("type(tuple1): ", type(tuple1))
print()

# non-empty tuple
tuple2 = (10, 20, 30, 40, 50)
# printing original tuple
print("tuple2: ", tuple2)
print()

# reinitialize
tuple2 = tuple()
print("After reinitialize...")
# printing tuple 
print("tuple2: ", tuple2)
# printing length
print("len(tuple2): ", len(tuple2))
# printing type
print("type(tuple2): ", type(tuple2))

Output

tuple1:  ()
len(tuple1):  0
type(tuple1):  <class 'tuple'>

tuple2:  (10, 20, 30, 40, 50)

After reinitialize...
tuple2:  ()
len(tuple2):  0
type(tuple2):  <class 'tuple'>





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