How to find the size of a tuple in Python

In this article, we are going to be learning how to find the size of a tuple in Python.

If you want to learn more about tuple with some examples click here: Tuples in Python

Finding the size of a tuple in Python

Finding the size or length of a tuple is a pretty straightforward process. The size of a tuple represents the number of objects present in the tuple. The syntax used for finding the size is len(). This method returns the number of elements/objects present in the tuple.

Let us see an example,

a = ("codespeedy", "python", "tuple")
b = ("programs", "Coding") 

print("Size of the tuple is", len(a))
print("Size of the tuple is", len(b))

Output:

Size of the tuple is 3
Size of the tuple is 2

Here, we have declared a tuple containing 3 objects. As a result, when we use the len() method, it returns the number of objects present in the tuple i.e 3. the same goes for the next tuple having 2 objects.

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