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Access items of tuple in Python

We can use the methods explained in this post to access the items of a tuple created in python.
names_tuple = ("Rick", "John", "Gavin", "Troy")

# Access second item
result = names_tuple[2]

print(result)
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Output

Gavin

Negative index - start from the end

We can also use negative indexing to access the tuple items. This will start the search from the end.

Code Example - Get the last item from the list

names_tuple = ("Rick", "John", "Gavin", "Troy")

result = names_tuple[-1]

print(result)

Output

Troy

Code Example - Access the second last item from the list

names_tuple = ("Rick", "John", "Gavin", "Troy")

result = names_tuple[-2]

print(result)

Output

Gavin
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