Python – Filter Tuples with Integers

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When it is required to filter tuple with integers, a simple iteration and the ‘not’ operator and the ‘isinstance’ method is used.

Example

Below is a demonstration of the same −

my_tuple = [(14, 25, "Python"), (5, 6), (3, ), ("cool", )]

print("The tuple is :")
print(my_tuple)

my_result = []
for sub in my_tuple:
   temp = True
   for element in sub:

      if not isinstance(element, int):
         temp = False
         break
   if temp :
      my_result.append(sub)

print("The result is :")
print(my_result)

Output

The tuple is :
[(14, 25, 'Python'), (5, 6), (3,), ('cool',)]
The result is :
[(5, 6), (3,)]

Explanation

  • A list of tuple is defined and is displayed on the console.

  • An empty list is created.

  • The list is iterated over, and the ‘isinstance’ method is used to see if the element belong to integer type.

  • If yes, a Boolean value is assigned to ‘False’.

  • The control breaks out of the loop.

  • Depending on the value of Boolean value, the element is appended to the empty list.

  • This is the output that is displayed on the console.

raja
Published on 08-Sep-2021 08:34:14
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