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How to replace field value in tuples with named fields (namedtuple) in Python

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import collections
 
Worker = collections.namedtuple('Worker', 'name age profession')
 
Tom = Worker(name='Tom', age=45, profession='Programmer')
print(Tom)

Tom = Tom._replace(profession='Scientist')
print(Tom)


print(Tom[0])
print(Tom[1])
print(Tom[2])



 
'''
run:
 
OrderedDict([('name', 'Tom'), ('age', 45), ('profession', 'Programmer')])
Tom
45
Programmer
 
'''

 




answered May 11 by avibootz
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