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Figure 5 . Question 13 possible output.
(59, 'A string')

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Answer 13

True.

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Answer 12

False. The actual output is shown in Figure 4 . While it is possible to extract and print an element from a tuple using square-bracket indexing, tuple indicesare zero based and the index shown in Listing 2 is out of range.

Figure 4 . Question 12 actual output.
Traceback (most recent call last): File "1359-1100r-12.py", line 4, in<module>print(aTuple[4])IndexError: tuple index out of range

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Answer 11

False. Even though you can sometimes omit the parentheses when creating a tuple, those parentheses are restored when the tuple is printed as shown in Figure 2 .

Figure 2 . Answer 11 actual output.
(3.14, 59, 'A string', 1024)

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Answer 10

False. From a syntax viewpoint, you typically create a tuple by placing a sequence of items inside a pair of enclosing parentheses and separating them by commas.

However, and this is important, the parentheses can be omitted when such omission will not lead to ambiguity.

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Answer 9

True.

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Answer 8

False. You can do just about anything with a tuple that you can do with a list, taking into account the fact that the tuple is immutable . Therefore, those list operations that change the value of a list in place cannotbe performed on a tuple. For example, you cannot call the append method on a tuple as you can on a list.

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Answer 7

False. While a tuple itself cannot be changed in place, the values contained in the objects that are referred to by the contents of the tuple can be changed (assuming that those objects are mutable) .

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Answer 6

True.

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Answer 5

True.

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Answer 4

False. Tuples are normally written as a sequence of items contained in parentheses.

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Answer 3

True.

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Answer 2

True.

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Answer 1

True. A tuple is immutable .

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