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Creating tuples

What does it mean by "tuple" is not callable

my_tuple = ("I", "love", "python")
item3 = my_tuple[2] 

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
210,936 Points

This code seems correct, so I tested it by pasting directly into the challenge and it passed.

Try again, perhaps after restarting your browser.