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Python 3 : Two or more tuples as arguments

Is it possible to unpack two tuples as an argument of a function in Python 3?

The code goes like this...

def fun(*tuple1, *tuple2):
    #some code to compare elements of tuple1 to elements of tuple2


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Nope, because it would be ambiguous to determine where the first tuple ends and the second tuple begins.

There are two work-arounds:

You can just take in two tuples directly:

def fun(tulpe1, tuple2):
    # compare tuple1 to tuple2

Alternatively, you can take in multiple tuples as kwargs:

def fun(**tuples):
    # for tuple in tuples:
    #     do some stuff

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