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A tuple is an ordered sequence of zero or more object references. Tuples support the same slicing and striding syntax as strings. This makes it easy to extract items from a tuple. Like strings, tuples are immutable

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Cover of Programming in Python 3: A Complete Introduction to the Python Language, Second Edition

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tuple can be used for holding environment realtime states that shouldn't be changed by clients (they should only accept as is)