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Python | Sequences exercise | Create a tuple containing different data types, then list them
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In a new Python program called Mixed blessings.py, create a tuple containing the following three things:
- A list of the names of your favourite colours
- The name of your favourite film
- Your lucky number
You can either do this with a single command, or create separate variables to hold each of the above items and then create a tuple holding the variable values.
Iterate over the items in your tuple to show the type and value of each:
What your output might look like.
When you've got this working, close your program file down.