Dictionaries and Tuples
An immutable sequence of elements.
An assignment with a sequence on the right side and a tuple of variables on the left. The right side is evaluated and then its elements are assigned to the variables on the left.
An operation that collects multiple arguments into a tuple.
An operation that makes a sequence behave like multiple arguments.
The result of calling a built-in function
zip; an object that iterates through a sequence of tuples.
An object that can iterate through a sequence, but which does not provide list operators and methods.
A collection of related values, often organized in lists, dictionaries, tuples, etc.
An error caused because a value has the wrong shape; that is, the wrong type or size.