Why tuples are faster than list in python?


Could someone tell me why Tuples are faster than List in Python?



The tuples will be stored in a single block of memory and are immutable. This further helps the tuples from requiring the extra spaces to store the new objects. Lists will be allocated in the two blocks of memory which will take more space to store the new objects.


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