Lists and Tuples

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What is the difference between lists and tuples in python? Where should they be used?
Jul 2, 2018 in Python by emerald

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answered Jul 2, 2018 by Nietzsche's daemon
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  • Lists are mutable homogeneous sequences whereas tuples are immutable heterogeneous data structures.
  • Tuples are sequences of different kinds of elements and you deal with the tuple as a coherent unit.
  • Lists are sequences of the same kind of elements, and you deal with the items individually.
  • Tuples have structure, lists have order.
answered Jul 16, 2018 by Mrunal
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