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How to print multiple tuples with named fields (namedtuple) in Python

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Tom = ('Tom', 45, 'Programmer') 
Lee = ('Lee', 34, 'Scientist')

for i in [Tom, Lee]:          
    print('{} is a {} year old {}'.format(*i))


'''
run:

Tom is a 45 year old Programmer
Lee is a 34 year old Scientist

'''

 




answered May 11 by avibootz
0 votes
import collections

Worker = collections.namedtuple('Worker', 'name age profession')

Tom = Worker(name='Tom', age=45, profession='Programmer')
Lee = Worker(name='Lee', age=34, profession='Scientist')


for i in [Tom, Lee]:          
    print('{} is a {} year old {}'.format(*i))


'''
run:

Tom is a 45 year old Programmer
Lee is a 34 year old Scientist

'''

 




answered May 11 by avibootz
edited May 11 by avibootz
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