# How to Create a Set Functions with Tuples in Python by Abdul Rawoof A R Updated: Jan 31, 2023   Guide Kit

Commas separate the elements of a tuple. A tuple is a collection of ordered, immutable elements in Python It is like a list but enclosed in parentheses instead of square brackets.

A set function is a function that assigns a value or set of values to each element of a given set. For example, the function that assigns a value of "even" to each even number and "odd" to each odd number in the set of natural numbers is a set function.

In Python, set functions can be used with tuples in several ways. Here are a few examples:

• The built-in “len()” function can find the number of elements in a tuple.
• The “max()” and “min()” functions can find the maximum and minimum elements in a tuple, respectively.
• The “sum()” function can find the sum of all elements in a tuple of numbers.
• The “count()” method can calculate the number of occurrences of a specific element in a tuple.
• The “in” keyword can check if an element is present in a tuple. Fig : Preview of the output that you will get on running this code from your IDE.

### Instructions

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1. The solution is created in PyCharm 2021.3.
2. The solution is tested on Python 3.9.7.

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