# Class 12: Passing Tuple to the Function

Example 1:
Python script to pass a tuple to the function and display its elements.
Solution:

```#function definition
def tup(t):
for i in t:
print (i)

#function calling
t=(1,2,3,4,5)
tup(t) ```
```#Output:

1
2
3
4
5
>>> ```

Example 2:
Python script to pass a tuple to the function and to add an element to it.
Solution:

```#function definition
def tup(t):
t=t+(6,)
print(t)

#function calling
t=(1,2,3,4,5)
tup(t)```
```# Output
(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
>>> ```

Example 3:
Python script to pass a tuple to the function and display the largest element.
Solution:

```#function definition
def tup(t):
m=t[0]
for i in t:
if(i>m):
m=i
print('largest element= ',m)

#function calling
t=(23,45,12,56,78,3,90)
tup(t)```
```# Output:
largest element=  90
>>> ```

Example 4:
Python script to pass a tuple to the function and display the lowest element.
Solution:

```#function definition
def tup(t):
m=t[0]
for i in t:
if(i<m):
m=i
print('lowest element= ',m)

#function calling
t=(23,45,12,56,78,3,90)
tup(t)```
```# Output:
lowest element=  3
>>> ```

Example 5:
Python script to pass a tuple to the function and to count the specied element.
Solution:

```#function definition
def tup(t):
e=int(input('enter the element : '))
c=t.count(e)
print('number of ',e,' in tuple = ',c)

#function calling
t=(1,2,5,3,2,6,4,2,7,8,2,9,1,2)
tup(t)```
```#Output:

enter the element : 2
number of  2  in tuple =  5
>>> ```

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