You can first construct a list then change the single value you want to change, then finally convert that to a tuple if you want to create a non-literal python tuple. For example,
def create_non_literal_tuple(a, b, c): x =  * a x[c] = b return tuple(x) create_non_literal_tuple(6, 0, 2)
This will give the output:
(1, 1, 0, 1, 1, 1)
A 0 in position 2 of an array of length 6.