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Python Exercise: Find the index of an item of a tuple

Python tuple: Exercise-14 with Solution

Write a Python program to find the index of an item of a tuple.

Sample Solution :-

Python Code :

>>> #create a tuple
>>> tuplex = tuple("index tuple")
>>> print(tuplex)
>>> #get index of the first item whose value is passed as parameter
>>> index = tuplex.index("p")
>>> print(index)
>>> #define the index from which you want to search
>>> index = tuplex.index("p", 5)
>>> print(index)
>>> #define the segment of the tuple to be searched
>>> index = tuplex.index("e", 3, 6)
>>> print(index)
>>> #if item not exists in the tuple return ValueError Exception
>>> index = tuplex.index("y")

Output:

>>>
('i', 'n', 'd', 'e', 'x', ' ', 't', 'u', 'p', 'l', 'e')
8                                                      
8                                                      
3                                                      
Traceback (most recent call last):                     
  File "0c721b20-5af9-11e6-8572-4f19539a2f4a.py", line 
14, in <module>                                        
    index = tuplex.index("y")                          
ValueError: tuple.index(x): x not in tuple                                         
>>>

Python Code Editor:

#create a tuple
tuplex = tuple("index tuple")
print(tuplex)
#get index of the first item whose value is passed as parameter
index = tuplex.index("p")
print(index)
#define the index from which you want to search
index = tuplex.index("p", 5)
print(index)
#define the segment of the tuple to be searched
index = tuplex.index("e", 3, 6)
print(index)
#if item not exists in the tuple return ValueError Exception
index = tuplex.index("y")

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