- In Python the tuple() constructor is presented as one of the built-in functions. The tuple() constructor takes any iterable object as the parameter and creates a tuple containing the elements from the iterable.
- Note that, tuples can also be created using a pair of parentheses similar to the way lists are created using a pair of square brackets. However, the later way of creating tuples returns a tuple, only when the individual members are passed in. When an iterable is passed, it returns a new iterbale of the same type, not a tuple(as of Python 3.11.1).
#Example Python program that creates tuples
# Construct tuple from a list of colors
# Construct tuple from a set of fruits
# Constructs an empty tuple
('Red', 'Green', 'Blue')