When it is required to construct equi-digit tuples, the ‘//’ operator and the list slicing is used.
Below is a demonstration of the same
my_list = [5613, 1223, 966143, 890, 65, 10221] print("The list is :") print(my_list) my_result =  for sub in my_list: mid_index = len(str(sub)) // 2 element_1 = str(sub)[:mid_index] element_2 = str(sub)[mid_index:] my_result.append((int(element_1), int(element_2))) print("The resultant list is :") print(my_result)
The list is : [5613, 1223, 966143, 890, 65, 10221] The resultant list is : [(56, 13), (12, 23), (966, 143), (8, 90), (6, 5), (10, 221)]
A list is defined and is displayed on the console.
An empty list is defined.
The list is iterated over and the middle index is obtained.
The list slicing is used to obtained values before middle index and after middle index.
These elements are assigned to two variables.
These are appended to the empty list by converting them to integers.
This is displayed as output on the console.