Concatenation of Tuples | Tuple
Python Data Structures

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Python Data Structures

1. List
2. Dictionary
3. Tuple
4. Set

# Concatenation of Tuples

In Python, you can concatenate tuples. Concatenating tuples means creating a new tuple by joining two or more existing tuples. You achieve this using the `+` operator. Let's dive into an example.

Consider the following tuples:

Your goal is to create a third tuple by combining the above two, which should look like:

Consider the following tuples:

Your goal is to create a third tuple by combining the above two, which should look like:

Everything was clear?

Section 3. Chapter 3

# Concatenation of Tuples

In Python, you can concatenate tuples. Concatenating tuples means creating a new tuple by joining two or more existing tuples. You achieve this using the `+` operator. Let's dive into an example.

Consider the following tuples:

Your goal is to create a third tuple by combining the above two, which should look like:

Consider the following tuples:

Your goal is to create a third tuple by combining the above two, which should look like:

Everything was clear?

Section 3. Chapter 3

# Concatenation of Tuples

In Python, you can concatenate tuples. Concatenating tuples means creating a new tuple by joining two or more existing tuples. You achieve this using the `+` operator. Let's dive into an example.

Consider the following tuples:

Your goal is to create a third tuple by combining the above two, which should look like:

Consider the following tuples:

Your goal is to create a third tuple by combining the above two, which should look like:

Everything was clear?

In Python, you can concatenate tuples. Concatenating tuples means creating a new tuple by joining two or more existing tuples. You achieve this using the `+` operator. Let's dive into an example.