Lesson 23 - Tuple and ValueTuple in C# .NET
In the last lesson, Records in C# .NET , we introduced records built into the .NET framework.
In today's C# .NET object-oriented programming tutorial, we'll talk about tuples.
A tuple is an ordered sequence of elements. Mathematically speaking, it's a
list of several objects of any type, such as three numbers
(3, 3, 1). It can contain a certain object more than once
and it depends on the order of these objects, so a tuple
(3, 3, 1) is different than
(3, 1, 3)
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