Concatenation of two String Tuples in Python

When it is required to concatenate two string tuples, the 'zip' method and the generator expression can be used.

The zip method takes iterables, aggregates them into a tuple, and returns it as the result.

Generator is a simple way of creating iterators. It automatically implements a class with '__iter__()' and '__next__()' methods and keeps track of the internal states, as well as raises 'StopIteration' exception when no values are present that could be returned.

Below is a demonstration of the same −


Live Demo

my_tuple_1 = ('Jane', 'Pink', 'El')
my_tuple_2 = ('Will', 'Mark', 'Paul')

print ("The first tuple is : " )
print ("The second tuple is : " )

my_result = tuple(elem_1 + elem_2 for elem_1, elem_2 in zip(my_tuple_1, my_tuple_2))

print("The concatenated tuple is : ")


The first tuple is :
('Jane', 'Pink', 'El')
The second tuple is :
('Will', 'Mark', 'Paul')
The concatenated tuple is :
('JaneWill', 'PinkMark', 'ElPaul')


  • Two list of tuples (strings) are defined, and displayed on the console.
  • The lists are iterated over, and they are zipped using the 'zip' method.
  • The first and second elements from both the list of tuples are added/concatenated.
  • This is then converted to a tuple.
  • This operation is assigned to a variable.
  • This variable is the output that is displayed on the console.