Exercises
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#. Create:
#. A tuple with two integers, ``0`` and ``1``.
#. A tuple with two strings, ``"a"`` and ``"tuple"``.
#. A tuple with only one element, ``"a tuple"``.
*Hint*: you can either use the syntax presented at the beginning of
the chapter, or use a list-tuple conversion.
#. A tuple with the integers between 0 and 99.
*Hint*: is there some way to exploit the ``range()`` function?
#. Given ``l = [0, 1, 2]`` and ``t = (0, 1, 2)``, what is the difference
between:
#. First case::
x = l
x[0] = "ok"
#. Second case::
x = t
x[0] = "ok"
#. Given the tuple::
tup = (0, 1, 2, [3, 4, 5], 6, 7, 8)
#. What is the type of the first element of the tuple?
#. What is the type of the fourth element?
#. How many elements does the tuple contain?
#. How many elements does the inner list contain?
#. Change the last element of the inner list to ``"last element"``.
#. Change the last element of the tuple to ``"very last element"``. (Can you do that without resorting to tricks?)