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Tuple Methods

The website's Tuple Methods page offers a comprehensive overview of the limited but powerful set of built-in operations available for working with tuples in Python. This page explains the key methods and functionality that allow developers to create, access, and manipulate tuples - Python's immutable sequence type. It covers techniques for converting between tuples and other data types, performing element-wise operations, and utilizing tuples' unique properties within Python programs. The information provided serves as a valuable reference for mastering the efficient use of tuples, an essential data structure for a wide range of programming tasks in Python.

Function Description

The count() is a method that used to count the number of occurrences of a specified element within a Python tuple.


The index() method is a built-in function in Python that returns the index of a specified element in a tuple.